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This Volume contains a complete transcript of the Registers of Durham 
Cathedral from the first entry on the 23rd of September 1609 to the end 
of the year 1896. They were transcribed for the Harleian Society as far 
as the year 1877 by the late Captain Edward A. White, F.S.A. (the 
permission of the Dean and Chapter having been obtained in November 
1876), and his leisure time for several years was occupied in annotating 
the numerous entries. 

The publication was, however, deferred from different causes ; and 
ill-health, and eventually the lamented deaths of Captain White prevented 
the completion of the work. 

His Sister, Miss Ella White, however, most kindly handed over the 
manuscript to the Society, and, by the desire of the Council, I have 
undertaken the completion of the Work. 

The manuscripts contained a complete and accurate transcript of the 
Register and a book of Notes to the various entries. By the help of 
Canon Greenwell, the whole of the proofs of the Register has been 
compared with the original, and the Members of the Society are deeply 
indebted to him for the generous assistance he has thus given to the 

The Notes have been transcribed from Captain White's manuscripts, 
except in the cases where he referred to certain pedigrees which he had 
compiled, in which case the notes thus referred to have been abstracted 
from the pedigrees by the Editor, and acknowledged accordingly. 


A few loose notes by Captain White contain the following remarks, 
which I think it is desirable to print fully : — 

' Where " the College " is mentioued it refers to the enclosure or collegium 
(i.e. Collection) of prebeudal houses lying at the south side of the Cathedral, 
which is so termed at Durham, and answers to the " Precincts " or " Close " of 
other Cathedral towns. 

' " Bow Chiu'ch " refers to St. Mary-le-Bow ; locally " Big Bow." St. Mary's 
refers to St. Mary's in the South Bailey, or, as it is now commonly called, St. 
Mary-the-Less ; and locally, but very wrongly, " Little Bow." 

' " Crossgate " refers to St. Margaret's, Crossgate, and Elvet to St. Oswald's, 
Elvet. These being without the City proper and places of themselves being 
styled legally Crossgate and Elvet in the County of Durham. 

' " BaUva " is the Bailey, the long narrow winding street running round the 
Abbey ; " BaHva Boreali " and " Baliva Australi " being the North and South 

' Colonel Chester's invaluable " Registers of Westminster Abbey "* first 
prompted me to do the same for my own Cathedral. Then when I compared my 
Work with his I began to think I had been too ambitious, and my heart frequently 
failed me. Colonel Chester, however, took much interest in the work, and fre- 
quently wrote to cheer me and urge me on. 

' I hope it may find some favour with the Members of the Society, and that it 
will be received in the Cathedral City as a not unwelcome addition to the domestic 
history of her Citizens.' 

The text of the Work is a true transcript of the original, omitting only 
such constantly occurring phrases, as " were married," etc. 

In annotating, Captain White has followed Colonel Chester's plan 
very closely, especially in taking as much pains in elucidating the par- 
ticulars of persons in humble positions as of those of superior rank. 

The following is a table of the Contents of the Registers : — 






1609 1720 


1611 1678 


1726 1812 

1723 1836 



1813 1896 



Like most Cathedral Registers, the entries principally relate to the 
Clergy and the families within the precincts, who were mostly connected 
with the Cathedral. 

* Published by this Society in 1875, as Vol. X. 


I do not propose to make special reference to the many disting-uislied 
persons who are mentioned in these Eegisters. Their names are fully set 
forth in the Index, and considerable biographical notes will be found in 
the text. 

It is interesting to call attention to the Burials in Woollen at page 
100. They refer to an Act of 1666 (18 and 19 Car. II., cap. 4), made 
more stringent by one in 1678 (30 Car. II., cap. 3), for burying in 
Woollen; the object being to lessen the importation of linen and to 
encourage the woollen and paper manufactories of the Kingdom. The 
first Act enacted that after March 25, 1667, no person should be " buried 
in any shirt, shift, or sheete other than should be made of wooU onely." 
These Acts, however, fell into disuse long before their final repeal in 

The entries subsequent to Captain White's manuscript have been 
transcribed by Canon Greenwell, and I venture once more to express, on 
behalf of the Members of the Society, their thanks for this additional 
assistance to the undertaking. 

It now remains only for me to state that in 1891 Captain White 
obtained the permission of The Queen to dedicate this Work to Her 
Majesty, and that, on renewing the application on the completion of the 
Work, I have had the honour to receive Her Majesty's most gracious 
continuation of that permission. 


Soil. Secretary, 
Harleian Society. 

* In a Work entitled " Parish Registers in England," by R. E. Chester Waters (new edition, 
1883), the whole matter is set out and adequately discussed. 

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^Registers of Burljam CatljetiraL 


1609 Sep. 23 William, sonue of Edward Smith.i 

1610 Feb. 28 Eobert, sonne of Edward Smitli.2 

1611 Nov. 24 Cipriau Suddick,^ sonne of M^' George Suddick, divinitie lecturer 

in this Cathedrall Churcli. M'' John Barnes, esquier, M'" John 
Eicheson the yonger, gentleman, and M" Cooj)er, witnessies. 

1612 May 6 Edward, sonne of Edward Smith. ^ 

1615 July 2 James Huchinson,^ sonne of M'' Richard Huchinson, Organest in 

this Cathedrall Church. 

1621 Mar. 24 Eichard,^ sonne of M'' John Eobson, parson of Morpeth, in this 

Cathedrall Church (upon Sonday). The right wo. Eich. Hunt, 
Deane of Durham, Doctor Cradock, and M''^ Birket, suerties. 
This child was y*^ first that was baptized in y*^ newe fonte. 

1622 May 26 Dorothie,^ dau. of M"^ [blank] Midford of [blank] (upon Sonday). 

M'' Jo. Cradocke, Mistris Dorothie Cradocke, and Jane Cradocke 
were souereties. 

\ -, * The father organist of the Cathedral ; see his burial 4 Feb. 1611-12. 

^ Dr. Suddick, the father, was son of Philip Suddick of Monk Hesleden, co. Pal., gent., and 
named by him in his will dated 14 Nov. 1623. See the marriage of his niece (?) 8 Nov. 1639. 
[Richard, son of Philip Suddick, cordwainer, baptized 4 April 1689 at St. Nicholas. There are 
also several Philip aud other Suddicks at St. Oswald's.] 

^ The father occurs as organist as late as 20 June 1634 in the Treasurer's Accounts, but not 
so on 30 Sep. following ; see (perhaps) his burial 26 July 1666. For the sponsors see Mr. Barnes's 
burial 19 July 1613 ; Mr. Richardson^s 7 Feb. 1639-40. Mrs. Cooper was second wife of the sing- 
ingman, whose burial see 18 Nov. 1623. 

^ See his burial 28 March 1644, and his father's 12 April 1645. The mother was Margaret, 
dau. of Dr. Cradock, prebendary, whose burial see 30 Dec. 1627. Of the sponsors, see Dr. Hunt's 
burial 3 Nov. 1638. Mrs. Birkett was wife of the prebendary Dr. Birkhead, whose burial see 
27 Nov. 1624. " Y*^ newe fonte " was not the present unworthy pseudo-Norman one which yet 
remains, testifying to the terrible series of " improvements " carried out at the commencement of 
Dr. Waddington's Deanship. 

^ The father's name John ; see the baptism of her sister Anne 30 Nov. 1626, and brother 
Bulmer 11 May 1623. The mother [probably Anne, baptized 16 Sep. 1599 at Gainford] was 
duu. of Dr. Cradock, whose burial see 30 Dec. 1627. 



1624 Feb. — TohanneB,i filius M" Johannis Eobsou, p'bendarii, & rectoris de 
Morpeth. Johanne Cradock, generoso, et Eichardo Cradock, 
& u-iore D''^ Gierke, sponsoribus. 

1622 July 7 Eichard,- sonne of M'' James, prebend. M"^ Geo. Walton (for 

Mister Deane), M'" Edward James, and M"^ Ewbanke, suerties. 

1623 April 20 Elizabeth,^ dau. of M^' Nicholas Heath. M^" Clarke, M"« Smyth, 

and M"^ Martyne, suerties. 
April 29 Elizabeth, dau. of Jo. Awbrey.* Christopher Boucke, Elizabeth 

Eangall, and [blank'\. 
May 11 Bulmer,^ sonne of M'' [blank'] Midford. Sir Barti-am Bulmer, 

Knight, Doctor Cradocke, & M"" John Eobson, suerties. 

1624 April 1 Harrie,6 sonne of M^^ Will'm James, prebend. M^' Ewb., M' 

Clarke, sponsores. 

1625 April 20 Anne,^ dau. of M^" Will'm James, prebend. 
June 21 Marian,^ dau. of Jo. Awbree. 

Nov. 12 Sarah,9 dau. of M'" Lyveley. 

Eeb. 9 John,^° sonne of Eichard Curtious. 

Mar. 16 Sarah,i^ dau. of M'' Eardinando Morecroft. 

^ He was admitted at St. Peter's College, Cambridge, same day as his brother Richard (see 
ante), and was the only surviving son at the date of the will of his father, whose burial see 
12 April 1645. The sponsors were two sons of the prebendary. [Mrs. (Mildred) Clerke was the 
wife of Gabriel Clarke, D.D., Archdeacon and Prebendary of Durham. See her burial 14 Nov. 
1659, in the Cathedral. MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

2 See his burial 15 Sep. 1623. Of the sponsors, Edward James was third son of Richard James, 
a brother of Bishop James, but who does not appear in Surtees' pedigree, vol. i., 216 ; Mr. Wal- 
ton, the Dean's proxy, was Mayor in 1616 ; Mrs. Ewbanke, wife of the prebendary. 

3 Eldest child ; afterwards wife of Archibald Waddell. Her father of Little Eden, co. Pal., 
Esq. See Surtees' pedigree, i., 38, to which this baptism adds. 

* John Aubrey and Alice Page were married 17 April 1620 at Darlington. Mr. Boycke or 
Boucke, a sponsor, was probably Rector of St. Mary's in the South Bailey, although his name has 
not appeared in the list of rectors ; he married there, 9 Nov. 1596, Anne Rothwell, by whom he 
had nine children, bapt. there and at Billingham, of which he was made vicar 1603, and where 
both he and his wife are buried. Elizabeth Raugall was widow of John Rangall, buried 6 Jan. 1622-3. 

^ See his sister's baptism 26 May 1622. Sir Bertram Bulmer, a sponsor, was of Tursdale, co. 
Pal. ; he married at Ryton, 13 July 1600, Isabel, eldest dau. of Sir Nich. Tempest of Stella, first 
Bart., and was buried 6 May 1638, aged 54, at St. Oswald's. Doctor Cradock and Mr. Robson were 

6, 7 See their father's burial 21 Jan. 1659-60. 

^ See her sister's baptism 29 April 1623. 

5 Her father, B.D., Vicar of Gainford and of Kelloe 1625—1651, was probably brother to 
Edward Lively, constable of Durham Castle under Bishop Neile. She married Anthony Richard- 
son, and was living and had a son Ralph 3 March 1650-51, the date of her father's will. The 
" Bishoprick Garland " says : 

" Here lies John Lively, vicar of Kelloe ; 
He had seven daughters and never a fellow." 

1" See the father's burial 30 June 1670. 

" She married 20 June 1649, at Merrington, Francis Gaynes (baptized 23 Aug. 1618 at 
Heighington) of School- Aycliffe, co. Pal., son of Christopher Gaynes of the same place, gent., by 
his wife Eleanor Hall of Newsham. They had issue Christopher, baptized 16 April 1650 ; 
Margaret, 28 Oct. 1651 ; Frances, 11 June 1654 ; Anthony, born 9 April 1656 ; Sarah, 7 July 
1659 ; and Jane, 13 May 1662 ; all baptized at Heighington. 


1626 Nov. 30 Anue,i dau. of M^ John Midforcl (souue in law to M'" Doct. 

Cradocke) . 
Nov. 30 Katlieriue,3 dau. of M"^ Johu Lively. 

1627 June 3 Elizabeth,^ dau. of M' William James. 

Feb. 24 Greorge,* sonne of M"^ John Cosins, Prebendary. Sir G-eorge 
Toong, M"" Marmaduke Blaikston, prebendary, godfathers; 
M"^ James, godmother. 

1628 Sep. 7 Susanna,'^ dau. of Xpofer Cookeson. M^' Eobt. Pleasant, M'''^ 

Susanna Smart, & M"^ Eliza Cook, surties. 

1629 Aug. 30 Francis,^ dau. of Xpofer Eichardson, tanner. 

1631 April 25 Elizabeth,^ dau. of Toby Brooking (S* Mark's day). 
July 16 Richard,^ sonne of Henry Palmer. 

Sep. 14 Margarett,^ dau. of M^" Jo. G-eers. 

Oct. 30 Richard,^"^ sonne of M*" Elias Smith. Eichardo Hunt, Decano 

Duuelmensis, Augustino Linsel, Decano Lichfeldise, Margareta 

Eobson, p'bendarii uxore, sponsorib'. 

1632 June 24 Grulielmus,^^ filius M" Grulielmi James, p'bendarii (natus ncesimo 

die Junii) . Gulielmo Shaw, S** Theologise Prof essore ; Johanne 
Eubanke, generoso ; & Margareta Commin, sponsoribus. 

Oct. 2 Johannes,^- filius Johannis G-eers (natus ultimo die Septembris). 
Johanne Cosin, SS. Theologiae Professore, & Johanne Eobson, 
SS. Theologise Bacchalaureo, hujus Ecclesise prebendariis, & 
M""^ Margareta Smyth, sponsoribus. 

Nov. 1 Elizabetha,^^ filia Johannis "Wheers. Gabriele Clarke, Sacrse 
Theologise Professore, & Elizabetha Blaikeston, & Anna Chap- 
man, generosis, sponsoribus. 

I See her sister's baptism 26 May 1622. 

^ See her sister's baptism 12 Nov. 1625. She is not mentioned in her father's will. 

3 See her burial 21 Nov. 1628. 

* He is stated to have died in infancy ; his burial occurs neither here nor at Braucepeth, of 
which the father (who was afterwards Bishop of Durham) was Rector. 

'' The father, a freeman of the Mercers' Company, was Mayor in 1641, and was buried 28 Nov. 
1650 at St. Nicholas. Dying intestate, his widow, Frances, was granted administration. A dau., 
Dorothy, baptized 9 Aug. 1643, and a son, John, buried 3 Dec. 1641, appear in St. Nicholas 
Registers. Of the sponsors, see Mr. Pleasant's burial 14 May 1635 ; Mistress Smart would be wife 
or dau. of Peter Smart, " the turbulent prebendary," who was appointed to the sixth stall in 1609, 
and afterwards to the fourth. See further of him in Low's " Diocesan History of Durham." 
(S. P. C. K., 1881.) 

^ The parents, Christopher Richardson and Elizabeth Hopper, were married at St. Mary-le- 
Bow 1 Nov. 1625. Their other children baptized there are Jane, 18 Oct. 1627 ; Johu, 18 Nov. 
1632, and buried 7 Aug. 1633 ; Anne, 12 Feb. 1634-5 ; Christopher, buried 16 Aug. 1638 ; Mar- 
garet, 29 Sep., and buried 28 Nov. 1638 ; William, 29 Sep. 1639 ; Mary, 2 Dec, 1641. 

7 See her burial 14 Aug. 1645. ^ See his burial 7 July 1638. 

" See her burial 19 Oct. 1631. 

1° See his burial 7 Sep. 1634. Augustin Lindsel, a sponsor, was a protege of Bishop Neile, 
who made him a prebendary : he was afterwards successively Bishop of Peterborough and Hereford. 

II See his burial 3 April 1634. 

1= See his father's burial 4 March 1641-2. 

" The sponsors were Dr. Clarke, the prebendary ; Elizabeth, wife of Dr. Robert Blakiston, see 
her burial 18 Oct. 1634; and see Anne Chapman's marriage 19 Feb, 1632-3, 


1632 Dec. 23 Thomas,^ filius Nicolai Eaulin. Philippo Ebutts, Thoma Coquo, 

& M" Morecroft, sponsoribus. 
Mar. 10 Margareta,^ filia Jobannis Gaydou, bujus ecclesise psaltis. Tboma 
"Wrigbt, geueroso, et M^^ Margareta Eobson et Isabella Scisson, 

1633 Mar. 27 Jobaunes,^ fibus Heurici Palmer, bujus ecclesise psaltis. Jobanne 

Cosiu, S. Tbeologiae Professore ; Jobanne Heatb, armigero ; 
et Ebzabetba, uxore M" Eoberti Blaikston, bujus ecclesise 
p'bendarii, sponsoribus. Natus autem erat Jobannes Palmer 
die S^' Cutbberti, vicessimo die ejusdem mensis supradicti. 

Aug. 15 Margareta,^ filia M" Jacobi Green, bujus ecclesia? minoris 
Canonici. M^'° Eicbardo Smelt, ludi literarii didascalo ; Mar- 
gareta Coquo ; et Gratia Smitb, sponsoribus. 

Feb. 24 Ebsabetba^ Smitb, filia Elise Smitb, artiu' magistri, et bujus 
ecclesiae minoris Canonici. Antbonio Maxston, artium magistro, 
et bujus Ecclesia? Pr^bendario ; M^" EHsabetha Hunt ; et M^" 
Maria Smitb, sponsoribus. 

1634 May 19 Maria,^ fiba Gubelmi James, p'bendarii. M'"" Jobanne Heatb, 

generoso ; M>'* Jane Plesunst ; et M^'^ Margareta Coates, 

1635 May 23 Elizabetb.,7 filia M" Geeres. M™ Nailor et M'* Elizabetb 

Pbenicke et Pbiladelpbia Ubauke, sponsoribus. 

June 20 Erancisca & Jobanna,^ filiae Tbomse Burwell, Artium M'', Epi. 
Dunelm. Cancellarii. Hujus vitse amaritudinem tantum 
gustarunt, et eodem die seterna fruebantur feHcitate. 

Jan. 6 Katberina,^ fiba Jacobi Green, bujus Ecclesise minoris Canonici. 

1 Mary, dau. of Nicholas Eawliii, and Elizabeth, dau. of Nicholas and Barbara Rawlin, were 
baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow 3 Feb. 1630-31 and 1 Juue 1640, respectively. Thomas Cooke, a 
sponsor, husband perhaps to Margaret Cooke, a sponsor on 11 Dec. 1638 ; Philip Ebutts was 
married 27 Jan. 1627-8, at St. Mary-the-Less, to Grace, dau. of Dr. Robert Hutton (by his wife 
Grace Pilkingtou, whose burial see 23 Nov. 1633), and was buried 28 Dec. 1660 at Houghton-le- 
Spring ; Mrs. Ebutts does not appear in Surtees' pedigree of Hutton, i., 149. 

- Also entered at St. Mary-le-Bow, where she was buried V Dec. 1634. The father, John 
Gaydon or Guidon, as in Bow Register, was married there 29 May 1632 to Agnes Hall, widow. 
There also is recorded the baptism of a son John, 16 Aug. 1635. Thomas Wright, a sponsor, 
was husband of Jane Hutton, whose burial see 5 Oct. 1635. 

3 See his burial 11 Sep. 1634. 

* See her father's burial 14 May 1667. Of the sponsors, Richard Smelt occurs as master of the 
grammar school in 1633 ; Mrs. Cooke, a dau. of Dr. Morecroft, and wife presumably to Thomas 
Cooke, a sponsor on 23 Dec, 1632. 

5 See her burial 28 Jan. 1651-2. Her godmother Mrs. Hunt, widow of the Dean, left her £5. 

s See her father's burial_21 Jan. 1659-60. Of the sponsors, see Mrs. Pleasant's burial 15 March 

7 See her father's burial 4 March 1641-2. Mrs. Naylor, a sponsor, was wife of the prebendary ; 
the burial of " Mrs. Elizabeth Feuwick, widow," occurs 3 Jan. 1667-8 at St. Oswald's, where she 
was married 31 Jan. 1615-16 to Tristram Fenwick, gent., as Elizabeth Green. 

^ These children are by error called Francis and John in Surtees' (really. Sir C. Sharp's) 
pedigree of Burwell, vol. iv., ii., 168. See the marriage of their parents 19 Feb. 1632-3. 

9 See her father's burial 14 May 1667. Of the sponsors, see Mrs. Duncan's burial 12 Jan, 
1642-3 ; Mrs. Comyn, wife of Timothy Comyn, Esq., whose burial see 19 March 1639-40. 


M"^" Eichardo Newhouse, Dola Dunkon, et Doia Cummin, 

1636 May 6 Margareta,i lilia Eliae Smith, hujus Ecc. minoris Canonici. Tho'a 

Burwell, Caueellar; M'^" Margareta Heath, et M''* Elizab'a 
Smith, sponsoribus. 
July 27 Seth,2 filius Thoma? Burwell, Cancellarii. Johaune Heath, 
Heur'o Smith, armigeris, et D'na Hunt, sponsoribus. 

1637 Dec. 18 Thomas,-^ sonn of D^'' Nailor, prebend. The Eight hon''i« L^ B^p 

of Durham and the Eight w^^i M^ Thomas Burwell, Chancellor, 

and M''^ Hunt, witnesses. 
Mar. 4 Mathew,^ filius M" Geers. M""" Levett, prebendarius (sic) hujus 

Ecclesi*, et M'"° Tobias Swinborne, et M""* Cassandra Baddeley, 

Mar. 15 Dulcebella Smith,' filia Eliae Smith, artium magister (sic), et hujus 

Ecclesiae minoris Cannonici. M-^^ Johan'e Heath; et M''* 

Nailor, et M"a Penniman, sponsoribus. 

1638 Dec. 11 Margareta,'^ filia M''^ Eoberti Aisley, generosi. M'" Gulielmo 

James, p'bend. hujus ecclesia? ; et M""" Morcroft, uxore M" 
Ferdinand Morcrof te ; et M''^ Margareta Cooke, filia sua, 

1639 Mar. 25 Gulielmus,^ filius Henrici Palmer, laici cler. hujus ecclesi*. M" 

James et M"' Maxton, prebendarii ; et M^'^ Duncon, sponsor'. 
Sep. 6 Joseph,^ sonn of D^r Nailor, prebend. D"" Clarke and M'' Eichard 

Badyley and M''^ Machall, witnesses. 
Oct. 1 Joane,^ dau. of James Greene, minor Cannon of this church. 

M' George Blades, and M" Yiner, and M'^ Barb. IS'ewhouse 

the younger being wittnesses. 
Feb. 20 Gulielmus,io filius Johannis Geers, hujus Ecclesise, psaltis. 

' See her father's burial 9 Dec. 1635. 

2 See the baptism of his sisters 20 Juue 1635. 

3 The father, Joseph Naylor, D.D., was collated to the second stall 18 Nov. 1636; archdeacon 
of Northumberland 1632 ; Rector of Sedgefield 1634 ; and chaplain to Bishop Morton. He was 
deprived of his rectory and fled during the rebellion, but returned and died, 1667, at Sedgefield, 
where he is buried in the church. By his wife Dulcibella, dau. of Richard Baddeley, Esq. (see 
note to burial of William Bridges 15 Aug. 1634), he had, besides the children here registered, 
Mary, whose marriage see 25 Oct. 1663, and Dulcibella, Mrs. Morton, whose burial see 22 Sep. 


^ See his burial 21 Nov. 1638. Of the sponsors, Mrs. Baddeley was second wife of Richard 

Baddeley, Esq. ; see preceding note. 
* See her burial 18 Dec. 1639. 
^ Eldest child of her parents, whose marriage see 30 Jan. 1637-8. 

7 See the mother's burial 14 April 1638. Of the sponsors, see Prebendary Maxton's marriage 

29 June 1637. 

8 See his brother's baptism 18 Dec. 1637. Mrs. Machell is perhaps an error for Machon, 
which, written phonetically, assumed various forms. 

9 See burial 14 May 1667. Of the sponsors, see Mr. George Blades' burial 29 Nov. 1661. 

i" See his father's burial 4 March 1641-2. Of the sponsors, see Dr. Marley's burial 3 April 


Cubto. Marley, sacraB Theologise p'fessore, Ever^ Grower, 
NortliumbriaB Archidiacano, & Susanna Caldwell, sponsoribus. 

1640 June 24 Sarala,i filia Eliae Smith, hujus Ecc. Minoris Canonici. Guli'o 

Church, generoso, et Elizabetha James et Jane Maxton, 
generosis, sponsoribus. 

1641 Dec. — Elizabetha," filia Ilenrici Morecroft. Jacobo Peniman; Elizab. 

James et Anna James, sponsoribus. 
Jan. 10 Susanna,^ filia Eliae Smith. Jacobo Peniman, Elizab. Bridges et 
Anna James, spon'. 

1642 Nov. 2 rrancisca,^ filia Pauli Neele, Militis. 

Eeb. 10 Henricus,^ filius Eliae Smyth, Artium Magistri, et hujus ecclesiae 
Minoris Canonici. 

1643 July 21 Stuarta,^ filia Thomae Thin, Militis. Grualtero Balquancallo, 

Sacro sanctae Theologiae Professore, et hujus Ecclesiae Decano, 
et Domina Elizabetha Hammon et M'* Barbara "Wren, spon- 

1645 Mar. 1 Marye,"^ dau. of James Greene. Cuthb. Bellamye and M'"^ Ann 

James and Grrace Lofthouse being wittnesses. 

1646 Aug. 2 Aiin,8 dau. of M"" Heurye Morecrofte. M"" Dallivall and the lady 

Ham'ond and M''^ Margarett Morecroft, wittnesses. 
1648 June 26 Peregrina,^ dau. of John Burrow. Ann James, M""^ Copas, and 

M'' Mudd, -wittnesses. 
1652 Feb. 5 Francis,io sonn of M'' Francis Foster. M^' "William James, M"" 
Richard Baddelay, and the Ladye Peimiman, wittnesses. 

1 See her father's burial 9 Dec. 1676. Of the sponsors, see marriage of Mr. Church's dau. 
30 Nov. 1676 ; Mrs. Maxton was wife of the prebendary, see her marriage 29 June 1637. 

^ The father, Henry Morecroft (probably brother of the Prebendary), and Barbara, dau. of 
James Hilton of Dyons, gent, (whose burial see 6 July 1638), were married 28 Sep. 1637 at 
Houghton-le-Spring. See the baptism of her sister Anne 2 Aug. 1646, and the burial of her 
brother George 28 June 1642. [" Katherne Moorcroft," another child, was baptized 1643 and buried 
an infant at St. Oswald's]. Of the sponsors, see Lady Pennyman in note to baptism 5 Feb. 1652-3. 

3 See her father's burial 9 Dec. 1676. 

■» [She was the daughter of Sir Paul Neile, Kt., by Elizabeth, daughter of the Rev. Gabriel 
Clarke, D.D., Archdeacon of Durham. See her burial the next day. MS. Ped by E. A. W.] 

* See his burial 6 July 1696. 

^ See the marriage of her parents 6 Sep. 1642. 

7 See her burial 8 Nov. 1650. 

^ See her sister's baptism Dec. 1641. Of the sponsors, Mr. Delaval was Thomas Delaval of 
Hetton, CO. Pal., Esq., who mar. at Houghton-le-Spring, 6 May 1645, Elizabeth, widow of Francis 
James of Hetton, Esq., and was buried 20 Oct. 1663 at St. Mary's ; Lady Hammond, wife of Dean 
Balcanquall ; Mrs. Morecroft, the Prebendary's wife. 

3 See her burial 25 Oct. 1649. The father probably identical with John Borrow, buried at 
St. Nicholas 17 Jan. 1684-5, of whom Jacob Bee writes in his Diary under that date, " John 
Burrow departed this life, and 'twas reported y' he see a coach drawn by 6 swine, all black, and a 
black mann satt upon the cotch box ; he fell sick upon't and dyed, and of his death several! appara- 
tions appeared after." Of the sponsors, Mr. Mudd was the organist. 

1" See his burial 25 Jan. 1653-4. The father, Francis Forster, Esq., of the South Bailey, was a 
younger son of Thomas Forster of Edderstone, Northumberland, Esq. (see the pedigree in Eaine's 
" Northumberland," to which this adds). The mother was Elizabeth, dau. of Dr. Gabriel Clarke, 
Prebendary and Archdeacon of Durham, whose burial see 12 May 1662. Besides this child they 


1653 July 11 GabrieU,! soiin of M^ Francis Foster. M-- Mudd, M'' Grey, and 

M" Martin, wittnesses. 
Oct. 4 Thomas, son of Eobert Gray. D*"^ Gray- and M"" John Walton 

and M''^ Jane Pleasants, witnesses. 
Jan. 16 An,3 dau. of M'' John Farrer. M^- William James, the ladye 

Penyman, and M" An Graye beinge ^\dttnesses. 
1655 June — Isabell,* dau. of John Durye, sometime Epistoler of this Church. 

John Nailor, M''^ Sibby Gierke, — Frizzell, witnesses. 
1657 Dec. 8 John,' son of M' Francis Foster. S^' John G [illegible from a 

blot] and M'" Roger Kirbye and M'"^ Hellen Karnabye, witnesses. 
Dec. 14 Jane,'' dau. of Ezerell Tonge and of Jane his wife, was borne on 

Thursday the third day of December, and baptized on monday 

the fowerteenth day of the same moneth in the yeare of our 

Lord sixteene hundred fiftie and seven, and of the foundation 

of Durham Colledge the first [" and the last" has been added 

in another hand]. 

1661 Feb. 27 Margarett,^ dau. of John Foster, Organist of this Cathedrall 

Church. M'' Ambrose Myars and M^'^ Church and Sarah Smith, 

1662 April 22 Samuell,^ son of John Nicholls. M^ Samuell Davison and M^' 

George Barchas and M''^ Maxton, wittnesses. 
Mar. 17 Susanna,^ dau. of Samuell Bolton, minor Cannon of this Church. 
W William Church, M''^ Susanna Smith, and M^^^ Margarett 
Tempest, wittnesses. 

had Gabriel (whose baptism see next entry), John (whose baptism see 8 Dec. 1657). Two children, 
Matthew, baptized 12 Dec. 1678, and Frances, baptized 11 July 1680, occur in the Registers of St. 
Mary's, but query if by the same mother ? The father's will is dated 15 July 1681, when he 
mentions his wife Elizabeth and only two daughters (evidently his coheiresses), viz., Elizabeth 
(see her marriage 3 Sep. 1685) and Frances. " The Lady Penniman," a sponsor, was wife of Sir 
James Peunyman of Ormesby, co. York, Knt. and first Bart., and dau. of Stephen Norcliflfe, Esq. 
The baptism of their son Thomas Pennyman, afterwards second Bart., occurs at St. Mary's 29 Aug. 
164.2, as also that of an elder son James Pennyman 6 April 1637, who was buried there 13 April 

1 See his brother's baptism, preceding entry. 

-, 3 Of the sponsors, Dr. Robert Grey, Prebendary of the eighth stall and Rector of Bishopwear- 
mouth, was half-brother of the first Lord Grey of Warke, and dying 9 July 1704, set. 94, was 
buried at Bishopwearmouth ; see burial of John Walton's sister-in-law 25 March 1631, and Mrs. 
Pleasant's burial 15 March 1676-7. 

•* See her burial, where the name is Drury, 9 April 16C2. 

5 See his burial 22 April 1658. 

^ See her burial 27 June 1660. " The foundation of Durham Colledge " refers to Cromwell's 
short-lived university, a brief account of which see in Low's " Diocesan History of Durham " 
(S. P. C. K.), p. 265. 

7 See her father's burial 21 April.1677. Of the sponsors, see Ambrose Myers' burial 18 March 
1667-8, and the marriage of Mrs. Church's dau. 30 Nov. 1676. 

8 See the father's burial 6 June 1681. The above Samuel made his will 21 July 1719 ; by it 
he leaves his estate at Trimdon to his nephew William Burletson, son of his sister Thomasine, 
whose marriage see 30 Dec. 1686. Mr. Davison, a sponsor, was the third husband of Elizabeth, 
Lady Burton, whose burial see 14 Jan. 1699-1700. 

^ See the marriage of the parents 24 June 1662. Mrs. Margaret Tempest, a sponsor, may be 
the eldest dau. of John Tempest, Esq. ; see next entry. 


1664j Mar. 29 John,^ sou of John Tempest, Esquir; for bow church. 

June 19 Christopher,- son of Christopher Mickleton ; for bow church. 
Dec. 21 John,^ sonn of Samuell Bolton, minor Cannon of this Church. 

Elias Smith, M'" Broughton, M''^ Prudence Charlton, wittnesses, 

Anno 1664. 
Jan. 25 Willia',* son of John Foster, Organist of this church. Anthony 

Pearson and Willia' Jordan and Elizabeth Myers, wittnesses. 

The 1 in the new font. 
Jan. 31 G-eorge,-^ son of John Spearman. M'" George Barchas and Anthony 

Lodge and M''^ Mary Jackson, wittnesses ; bow church parish. 

1665 May 15 Elizabeth," dau. of M^' Anthony Lodge. M'' George Barchas, 

M" Merrill Sissons, and M''^ Elizabeth Spearman, wittnesses ; 

bow church parish. 
Nov. 28 Margarett,7 dau. of Christopher Stones. Elizabeth Myers, Mar- 

garett Greene, and Ealph Johnson, mttnesses. 
Dec. 12 William, sonn of Mark Todd. 
Dec. 28 Isabell,^ dau. of John Miller, bellringer. Isabell Smith, Alexand' 

Shawe, and Elizab. Martin, wittness. 
Jan. 25 John,^ son of George Bullocke. Anthony Lodge and John 

Poster and Elizabeth Kirby, wittnesses. 

1666 June 26 Kattern, dau. of John Brass. Kattern Hubbuck, \hlank'] Eowell, 

et George Kirby, wittnesses ; bowe Church. 
Sep. 4 Thomas,i'J son of M' Nicholaus Conyers. Collonell Tempest, 
M'' Peacocke, and the lady Coale, wdttnesses. 

1 The father, John Tempest, Esq., of The Isle, Sedgefield, M.P. for the county. The mother, 
Elizabeth Heath, sole heiress of John Heath, Esq., of Kepyer, Esq. See both their pedigrees in 
Surtees, vol. iv., part ii. 

2 See his burial 15 April 1718, and pedigree in Surtees, vol. iv., ii., 140, to which these registers 

make additions. 

=> See the marriage of his parents 24 June 1062. Mrs. Carleton, a sponsor, was wife of Dr. 
Guy Carleton, Rector of Wolsingham (where she was buried—" Laday Carlton, wife to Bishop 
Carlton "—24 May 1672), afterwards, 1660, Dean of Carlisle, and made same year Prebendary of 
the twelfth stall at Durham (installed 2 Nov.), which he retained until his death ; Bishop of 
Bristol 1671 ; and translated to Chichester 1678 ; he died 6 July 1685, and was buried in Chichester 
Cathedral. The Bishop had issue Hester, aged 15 in 1670, who married George Vane, Esq. ; Eli- 
zabeth, married at Wolsingham 26 Oct. 1665 to Thomas Swinburne, Esq. ; Jane, wife of Robert 
Carr, Esq. ; and Prudence, named in a lease of Wolsingham Park 1676. 

^ See the father's burial 21 April 1677. Of the sponsors, Mr. Pearson was appointed under- 
sheriff 1663 ; Mrs. Myers was wife of Ambrose, the Cathedral plummer. 

^ Born 28 Jan. 1664-5 ; eldest child of his father, whose burial see 22 Sep. 1703. See his own 
burial 4 Feb. 1664-5. 

■6 See her father's burial 21 July 1687 ; she was living 12 Nov. 1683, the date of her grand- 
father Lodge's will. Of the sponsors, see the burials, 1 April 1690, of Mr. Barkas, and 4 April 
1688, of Mrs. Sissons. 

' See her burial 12 Nov. 1668. 

8 See her burial 8 Jan. 1665-6. 

9 His baptism entered at Bow as 2 Feb., and more probably the correct date. See his 
mother's burial 12 May 1678. 

'" See his parents' marriage 15 Nov. 1664. Colonel William Tempest, a sponsor, was M.P. for 
Durham 1G78, 80, and 89 ; Mr. Peacock, probably Simon Peacock of The Bailey and Burnhall, 


1666 Nov. 30 Frances,! dau. of M"" Anthony Lodge. Colonell Steward and 

M''^ Mickleton, senior, and M.'^ Barchas, wittnesses ; bow church 

Dec. 7 Elias Turvill,- a greek by nation, born in Constantinople, a jew 
by religion, having beene instructed, and being desirous of 
Christian Baptisme, on the thirtieth day of november, w'"'* was 
S' Andrewe's day, was presented to the font by Daniell Brevent, 
d'"" in divinitye, and Dennis Greemall, in»" of Arts and Arch- 
deacon of Durham, Prebendaryes of the Church of Durham, 
godfathers, and by Frances Basiere, wife to Isaac Basiere, d'"" 
in divinitye, godmother ; and was in this Cathedi'all Church 
solemnly babtized by the said Isaac Basiere, prebendary of the 
same church, by the name of Andrew, and afterwards did 
solemnly receive the confirmation by the hands of the Eight 
Eeverend father in God John, Lord Bpp. of Duresme, and on 
the 2 day of december following did also receive the holy 
sacrament of the lord's supper at the hands of the above named 
d''' Basiere. 

Jan. 6 Christian,^ dau. of Arthur Phillips. M"" Lancelott Hilton et 
M''' Martin, wittnesses ; being for bow Church parish. 

1667 Mar. 25 Doritye,* dau. to John Miller, bellringer. John Charlton, Doritye 

Scruton, and Elizabeth Dorma', wittnesses. 
April 30 Elizabetha,^ filia Johannis Spearman. Joh'e Brown, Dorothea 

Spearman, et Elizabetha Barkas, sponsoribus. 
Sep. 29 Christianus,6 filius M" Johaniiis Foster, hujus Ecclesiae Organistae. 

(festo S'' Michaelis Archangeli). 

1668 July 1 Eobert Hilton,^ f son of M'' Cuthbert Hilton. 

Esq. ; Lady Cole was Margaret, second wife of Sir Nicholas Cole of Brancepeth, first Bart., aud 
was buried 15 Nov. 1675 at St. Oswald's. 

1 See her father's burial 21 July 1687. Colonel Steward was probably quartered with troops 
in the city ; Mrs. Mickleton probably second wife of Christopher Mickleton of Crookhall, Attorney ] 
Mrs. Barkas, wife of George Barkas, notary, buried 1 April 1690. 

■ The date 7 Dec. appears to refer to nothing in the context. Dr. Brevint, a sponsor, was a 
native of Jersey, and Fellow of Jesus College, Oxon ; Bishop Cosin obtained for him the tenth 
stall aud the Rectory of Brancepeth, both vacated by himself ; in 1681 he became Dean of Lincoln, 
retaining his Durham preferments; he died in 1695. See the burial of Dr. Granville's wife 
14 Oct. 1691, and of Mrs. Basire 27 July 1676. 

2 She was perhaps by a third wife (being born several years after the last child baptized at 
Bow) of the father, whose burial see 30 May 1681. 

•» See her sister's baptism 28 Dec. 1665. Dorothy Scruton, a sponsor ; see her marriage 
11 Nov. 1669. 

5 Born 25 April 16G7. See her marriage 4 July 1687. Of the sponsors, see Mr. Brown's son's 
baptism 30 June 1670. See Speaeman Pedigree, Surtees, i., 95. 

6 See his burial 26 Nov. 1683. 

' Born 29 June 1668. Is also registered at Bow. He was an Attorney-at-Law, of Bishop's 
Auckland (where he was buried), and Registrar of the Consistory Court, an office in which he 
succeeded his mother's brother, Gabriel Newhouse, Aug. 1705. See his son's burial 8 Sep. 1724, 
and his father's 28 April 1686 ; also pedigree of Hilton in Longstaffe's " Darlington." 










April 12 

June 29 


1668 Oct. 21 Elizabeth,! dau. of Richard Neele, sq''. M" Elizabeth Jefferson, 
M''^ Elizabeth Stapleton, wittnesses. 
Georgius,- filius Nicholai Bar\Adck, Generosi. 
Franciscus Spearman, ^ Alius Johannis Spearman, Atturnati. 
Nicholaus,^ filius Georgii Bullock. 

Margaretta,-^ filia Richardi Neile, Dunelmensis Subvicecomis (sic). 
Jana,^ Nicholai Barwick filia. 
June 29 Dorothea,^ filia Johannis Sj)earman. 
June 30 Johannes,^ Johannis Brown, Atturnati, filius. 

1 [She was buried 17 June 1672, at St. Oswald's. MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] Mrs. Stapylton 
was wife of the Bishop's Secretary, whose burial see 10 May 1685. 

- He married at Crossgate, 4 June 1689, Elizabeth Robinson. He was living 1687 at the date 
of the will of his father, whose burial see 7 Dec. 1687. 

^ Born 21 Jan. See his burial 22 June 1678, and his father's 22 Sep. 1703, 

* His birth, 1 June, is given in Bow Register. See his mother's burial 12 May 1678. 

^ [Administered to her father 8 April 1693. She afterwards married Stephen Harwood, and 
died anfe 4 Dec. 1696. MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

^ See her father's burial 7 Dec. 1687, when she was living. 

7 Born 19 June 1670. See her father's burial 22 Sep. 1703. She married (licence dated 
21 July 1690) John Cuthbert, E.sq., Serjeant-at-Law, of Gray's Inn, Recorder of Durham and 
afterwards of Newcastle. In her will, dated 23 April 1731, she mentions her father and mother's 
and " aunt Crompton's " pictures ; she was buried 5 Oct. 1731 in St. Nicholas Church, Newcastle, 
with her husband. They had the following issue : i. John Cuthbert, whose burial see 16 Oct. 1700. 
II. William Cuthbert, baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow 23 March 1692-3, Serjeant-at-Law and Recorder 
of Newcastle, who purchased in 1743 the Witton Castle Estate for about £15,000, and died, aged 54, 
28 Aug. 1746, and was buried at St. Nicholas, Newcastle; he married, firstly, 27 Jan. 1721-2 at 
St. Nicholas, Jane, youngest dau. of John Stevenson, gent., by whom he had a daughter Margaret, 
married at Kendal, 27 July 1747, to Joseph Reay of Newcastle, merchant (he died 9 Dec. 1785, 
ajt. 69), and left issue; he married, secondly, 29 Dec. 1730 at St. Nicholas, Dorothy (who survived 
him), dau. and coheir of — Robinson of Black Heddon, gent, (whose other dau. and coheir mar- 
ried the last Clennell of Clennell), and had by her : 1, John Cuthbert, Esq., P.R.S., F.S.A., of 
Witton Castle, baptized at St. John's, Newcastle, 17 Nov. 1731, and died s.p. at York 15 Dec. 
1782, aged 51, and was buried at St. Nicholas, Newcastle ; 2, William Cuthbert of London, 
merchant, baptized 27 Oct. 1732 at St. Nicholas, and died s.p. cwva 1766 in the East Indies; 
3, Philadelphia, baptized 24 Sep. 1733 at St. Nicholas, and married Ralph Hopper, Esq., 
Barrister-at-Law, of Bishop-Middleham, co. Pal. (where she was buried 1780), and had issue, 
with others, a son, John Thomas Hendry Hopper, Esq., who inherited Witton Castle from his 
uncle John. iii. Robert Cuthbert, baptized 12 April 1693 at St. Mary-le-Bow. iv. Richard Cuth- 
bert, baptized at Bow 6 April 1696, B.D, and Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, Vicar of 
Kendal 1733. See his widow's burial 26 June 1767. v. Charles Cuthbert, whose burial see 
18 Oct. 1700. VI. John Cuthbert, baptized 24 Feb. 1700-1701, M.D., of Portsmouth, where, 
according to the newspapers, he died in 1772, leaving a dau. Dorothy, wife of Sir John Carter, 
Knt., Mayor of Portsmouth, vii. Theophilus Cuthbert, whose burial see 9 Aug. 1703. 
VIII. Margaret, baptized 27 Dec. 1704 at Bow. ix. George Cuthbert, baptized 4 Jan. l7f>5-6 at 
Bow, who was aged nine when named in a Bishop's lease of 26 Oct. 1714. x. Ralph Cuthbert, 
baptized 3 Feb. 1708-9 at St. Nicholas, Newcastle. 

^ Died an infant apparently. The father, an Attoruey-at-Law, living in the North Bailey, 
died, according to Bee's Diary, 8 July 1684; his will is dated 6 March 1683-4 ; in it he mentions 
his uncle Jerrard Brown, his sisters Abigail and Elizabeth Hutchinson, wife Jane, dau. Elizabeth, 
and dau. Jane, whose marriage see 30 April 1683.* See baptism of a second John 9 Nov. 1675, 
and another son 18 Feb. 1678-9. 

* The mother was Jane, dau. of Richard Hutchinson of Framwellgate, who entered his 
pedigree at Dugdale's Visitation, 1666, 



























1670 Oct. 27 Barbara,! Cuthberti Hilton filia. 

Maria,- Johannis Tape filia. 

Cutbbert,'^ Johannis Brasse filius. 

Elizabetha,^ Tho. Battersbie filia. 

Maria, 5 Willfredi Clarke filia. 
1G72 Mar. 28 Frances,^ filia Eichardi Neile, Duuelo Subvicecomis (sic). 

Johannes,''' Johannis Sj)earraan filius. 
1673 May 6 Anna,^ G-ualfridi Clarke filia. 

Paul,^ filius Rich'di Neile, generosi, Dunelm : Sub^acecomis (sic). 
1675 June 7 Carolus,!'' filius Thomae Cartwright, Sacrae Theologiae Professoris, 

& hujus Ecclesiae Praebendarii. Isaaco Basire, Saci-ae Theologise 
Professore, & Roberto Gray, Sacrae Theologiae Professore, hujus 
Ecclesiae P'bendariis, et D'na Anna Brevint, sponsoribus. 

Jana,i! filia Joh'is Yapp. 

Gilbertus,^" filius Joh'is Spearman, Gren^'. 

Richardus,!'^ filius Wilfridi Clerke. 

' Also entered at St. Mary-le-Bow, where she married, 27 Dec. 1694, Geoffrey Shaw of Barnard 
Castle. See her son's burial 12 Dec. 1746, and her father's 28 April 1686. 

2 See her burial 26 Jan. 1704-5. 

^ Cuthbert Brass and Ann Forster were married 28 Nov. 1699 at St. Oswald's. He appears to 
have been a joiner, and had a son, anotlier Cuthbert, a singing-man at the Cathedral. They have 
several children baptized at St. Oswald's. 

•* See the biu-ial of her father, to whom she was sole executrix 6 Nov. 1716. 

5 See the father's burial 16 March 1679-80. 

^ [Administered " de bonis non " to her father 4 Dec. 1696, then wife of John Setton of 
Durham City. Living in Newcastle 1699. MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

~ See the father's burial 22 Sep. 1703. This child was born 21 March. Afterwards of 
Hetton-le-Hole, co. Pal., Esq., J. P., and was buried at Houghton-le-Spring. By his wife Anne, 
dau. and coheiress of Robert Bromley of Nesbitt, Esq. (see her sister's burial 26 Jau. 1700-1701), 
who was buried at Houghton 22 Nov. 1703, he had issue, Elizabeth, whose burial see 22 Feb. 
1695-6 ; and (these all baptized at Houghton) 2, John Spearman, 16 Feb. 1690-1, afterwards of 
Hetton, Esq., who died unmarried ; 3, Isabella, 26 June 1698, and buried 11 Dec. 1767 unmarried ; 
4, Dorothy, 18 July 1699 ; 5, Anne, 30 March 1700, and buried 4 June 1766 unmarried ; 6, 
Phillis, 10 May 1702, who lived in the North Bailey, where she died 16, and was buried 21 Oct. 
1792 at Houghton. She died unmarried, and by her will, stating that she was " entirely against 
leaving the little money for the education of boj's and girls, as they want sense to make the 
proper use of it," she founded a charity for the relief of " servants when they grow old, and not 
so capable of service. As far as it will go to unmarried women or widows, that will make their 
lives more comfortable, which I hope it will be doing more good." Five such persons, each 
receiving £20 a year, have at the present time reason to bless the name of kindly Miss Phillis 
Spearman. The above dates will be found to add to Surtees' pedigree. 

8 See her father's burial 16 March 1679-80. 

9 [Buried 21 Aug. 1674, at St. Oswald's. MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

'" See his mother's burial 6 Jan. 1682-3. The father was installed in the fifth prebend 
15 Nov. 1672, and became Dean of Ripon 1675, and Bishop of Chester 1686. See a good Memoir 
of Dr. Cartwright in Bliss's " Wood's Athense." Ann Brevint was wife to the Prebendary, see 
baptism under 7 Dec. 1666. 

" See her burial 11 Aug. 1675. 

1"^ Born 21st. See his marriage 1 Sep. 1701. 

13 See his burial 18 Dec. 1678. 


1675 Nov. 9 Joh'es,! filius Joh'is Browne, Gen«'. 

Dec. 2 Lancelotus,- filius Thomae Lowther, Geu^^ 

( ) Joh'es,^ filius Thomse Batersby. 

¥eh. 8 Eob'tus,* filius Joh'is Mitford. 

1676 Nov. 1 Grulielmus,'^ filius Greorgii Bullock. 
Nov. — Maria,*^ filia Joh'is Simpson. 
Dec. — [6Z««^]'' filius Will'mi Horsman. 

Feb. 18 Isaacus,^ filius Isaaci Basire, Advocati. Dionysio Greenvile, 
iS.T.P., Gilberto Grerrard, Milite, & D'na Yaue, vidua, sponsori- 

1677 Jan. 1 Margareta,^ filia Cuthberti Hilton, Gen'. 

1678 May 2 Gulielm%i<^ filius Gulielmi IStagg. 

July 17 Pryscilla,!! filia Tho. Battersbie, Ludim'g'ri. 

Dec. 31 Joh'es,!- filius Joh'is Bowman. 

Jan. 5 Joh'es,i3 fUi^s Nich'ii Pewster, Cl'ici. 

Jan. — Margareta,^^ filia W"" Snawdon. 

Feb. 18 Gerrard%i'^ filius Joh'is Browne, Gen^'. 

1679 July 23 Martha,!^ filia Cuthberti Hilton, gen^'. 
1681 Sep. 25 Eobertus,^' filius Joh'is Dury. 

Mar. 9 Anna," filia Johan'is Mickleton, Armig., Bapt. die Martis (viz.) 

1 See his brother's baptism 30 June 1670. 

- See his marriage 4 June 1698. 

3 See his burial 14 Aug. 1676. 

•* Also registered at St. Mary-le-Bow, where his birth is given 2 and baptism 11 March. See 
his burial 6 Oct. 1678. 

* This date is given in Bow Register for the birth. See his burial 6 June 1681. 

« See her burial 15 July 1693. 

' See the father's burial 17 Jan. 1723-4. This nameless ohild maybe the William Horseman 
who has a son baptized 12 Dec. 1726, or Timothy Horseman buried 12 April 1694. 

8 See his burial 2 May 1678. The father, Isaac Basire, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, eldest son of 
Dr. Basire, the Prebendary (whose burial see 14 Oct. 1676), was baptized 22 Nov. 1643 at Eggles- 
cliffe, and married, as her fourth husband, 4 July 1672, at Stanhope, " Lady Elizabeth Burton," 
whose burial see 14 Jan. 1699-1700. This appears to have been their only child. Of the sponsors, 
Sir Gilbert Gerard, created a Baronet 1666, was husband of Bishop Cosin's eldest dan. Mary. 
" Domina Vane " was probably Frances, dau. of Sir Thomas Liddell of Eavensworth, second 
Baronet, and widow of Thomas Vane of Raby Caslle, Esq., who was elected M.P. for the county 
21 June 1675, but died of small-pox four days afterwards. Mrs. Vane remarried Colonel Sir 
John Bright of Badsworth, co. York, Bart., the distinguished Parliamentarian, to whom she was 
third wife. 

9 See her father's burial 28 April 1636. She was living unmarried 1717. 
1" Also entered at Bow. See his father's burial 19 Feb. 1692-3. 

" See her burial 15 Jan. 1682-3. 

12 See the father's burial 27 Jan. 1695-6. 

13 See his burial 22 Aug. 1681. 

!■* See her parents' marriage 1 May 1678. 

1* See his brother's baptism 30 June 1670. 

i« See her burial 26 Nov. 1681. 

17 The father son of Rev. John Driiry, Epistoler ; see baptism of one sister June 1655, and 
marriage of another 29 Aug. 1682. 

1^ Her baptism is also entered in French in Bow Register, where she is stated to have been 
born 29 July previous ; see her burial 16 July 1710. Of the sponsors, see Mr. Robert Smith's 


9° die Augiisti, 1681. M.^° Eob. Smith, M'"''^ Auua Bell, et 

M^'^ Eliz. Dobson, spousoribus. 
1682 April 2 iblank'] ^ the dau. of Francis Hauby. 

July 11 Gulielmus,- filius Gulielmi Tempest, Armigeri. M--" Eob. 

Delavall, M™ Sudall, et Doia Moore, sponsoribus. 
Aug. 22 Dulcibella,'^ filia D'ni Joh'is Morton, hujus Eccl'ise Prebendarii. 

D'*^ Smith (Decano Carleol), D'na Dulcibella Naylor, et D'na 

Eliz. Blakiston, sponsoribus. 
Aug. 29 Jacobus,^ filius Joh'is Tapp. 
Aug. 31 Johan'es,^ filius Nicholai Barwick, G-en. 

burial 23 Feb. 1703-4, aud Mrs. Ann Bell's burial 6 Dec. 1737; Mrs. Elizabeth Dobson 
(" widow" in Bow Register) was probably wife of Wheatley Dobson of Durham, mercer, Mayor 
in 1692, 1693, 1696, and 1697, and in her marriage licence, 1670, she is described as Elizabeth 
Welbury, spinster. Welbury Dobson, her eldest child, was baptized at St. Nicholas 27 Aug. 1671. 

1 The parents, Francis Hanby, Proctor of the Consistory Court, aud Isabella (see her brother's 
marriage 1 July 1679), dau. of William Brockett, were married 22 Oct. 1667 at St. Oswald's. 
The birth-dates of their six older children are all recorded together at Bow, although baptized at 
St. Oswald's. This was Frances, the fifth of eight children, and was born 30 March 1681. Two 
younger are baptized at Bow, where the mother was buried 31 July 1702, and the father 24 May 
1708. The Proctor was perhaps a son of " Mr. William Hanby " (buried 3 May 1693 at St. 
Mary-le-Bow), who was Undermaster of Grammar School under Elias Smith and Thomas 
Batter.sby, and by the latter amotus oh negUgentiam et contumaciam. Mickletou terms him 
gentleman. " Mrs. Mary Hanby," buried 13 June 1688 at Bow, was probably his wife. The 
Hanbys remained in the parish to a later period, and there is a flat tombstone of the family close 
at St. Oswald's, close under the Vicarage. 

2 Fourth son of Colonel William Tempest, M.P. for the City (see baptism of Thomas Conyers 
4 Sep. 1666), by his wife Elizabeth Sudbury, niece of Dean Sudbury. He was living 1729. See 
baptism of a sister 29Jan. 1683-4, and the Tempest Pedigree in Surtees, vol. iv., part ii., p. 93. 
Of the sponsors, Mr. Robert Delaviill was Mayor 1686, 1687, 1688, 1689, in which last j^ear it is 
recorded that he, " by reason of many debts and incumbrances and judgements entred against him 
and his estate, hath withdrawn himself," a course approved by the Bishop. He was eldest child 
of Thomas Delaval of Hetton, Esq., who occurs as a sponsor 2 Aug. 1646, and was baptized at 
Houghton-le-Spriug, where his birth is given as Sunday, 17 April 1646. 

3 Daughter, by his first wife Dulcibella Naylor (whose burial see 22 Sep. 1688), of the Rev. 
John Morton (Line. Coll., Oxon. B.A. 1664, M.A. 1667, B.D. 1674, D.D. 1692), installed Pre- 
bendary of the seventh stall 16 Oct. 1676, of the sixth stall 29 Nov. id. ann., and of the twelfth 
18 July 1685, and collated to the Archdeaconry of Northumberland 5 Oct. following ; Rector of 
Egglescliffe 1672—1711, and Rector of Sedgefield 1711, until his death there 10 Nov. 1722, ajt. 78. 
nTlies buried in the chancel of his church, and a tablet lengthily records his virtues. The child 
Dulcibella, baptized as above, married at Sedgefield 30 Dec. 1713, as second wife, William Davison 
of Beamish, Esq. {vide pedigree in Surtees, ii., 227), and dying 15 Jan. 1737, was buried with her 
husband at Tanfield. She was ancestress of the present Lord Auckland, Sir William Eden now 
seventh Baronet of Windlestone, and of the late John Eden (formerly Methold) of Beamish, Esq. 
Her great-granddaughter, Mary Anne Eden, became the wife of Lord Chancellor Brougham ; 
and her granddaughter, Catherine Eden, married Dr. John Moore, Archbishop of Canterbury 
(see baptism of their son George 19 Nov. 1770). See the baptisms of her brother, sisters, half- 
brother, and half-sister hereafter. Of the sponsors. Dr. Thomas Smith was Prebendary of the 
fourth stall 1661, and of the first 1668 ; afterwards, 1684, Bishop of Carlisle. Domina Dulcibella 
Naylor was the maternal grandmother. Domina Elizabeth Blakiston was wife of Henry Blakiston, 
Esq., whose burial see 15 May 1683. See the burial of Dr. Morton's second wife 12 Feb. 1724-5, 
and MoETONS in Index. 

* See the marriage of his parents 3 Feb. 1667-8. 

• See his burial 16 Oct. 1682. 











June l-i 

14 eegister of baptisms in the 

1G82 Nov. 29 Jana,^ Hlia Joh'is Bowman. 

Greorgius," filius "Wil"" Snawdou. 
Johan'es,^ filius Andreae Wilkinson. 
Greorgius,*^ filius Edwardi Carlton. 
Elizabetha,'' filia Johan'is Simpson. 

1683 June l-i Eobertus/' filius Joli'is Miekleton, Armigeri, Bapt. die Jovis 

(viz.) 14*0 mensis Junii. M'" Eob. Smith, M'° Tho. Blakiston, 

et M"'* Margareta Smith, sponsoribus. 
June 20 Maria,^ filia posthuma Ambrosii Heighiugton, Gen. 
July 24 Samuell,*^ filius Roberti Adamson, Cl'ici. 

Oct. 30 Georgius,^ filius D'ni Joh'is Morton, hujus Ecclesiae Prebendarii. 
Jan. 29 Elizabetha,!^ filia Gulielmi Tempest, Armigeri. 
Jan. 29 Johannes,^! filius Johannis Taylor. 

1684 April 2 Henricus,!^ filius D"« Henrici Bagshaw, Prebendarii nouae Preb. 

hujus Eccl., et Eectoris de Houghton in le Spring. Eob. 
Grey, S.T.P., W™° Tempest, Arm., et D'na Musgrave (Preb. 
uxore), sponsoribus. 

^ See the burial of her father 27 Jan. 1695-6. 

2 See his parents' marriage 1 May 1678, and (probably) bis burial 4 Nov. 1730. 

^ See the marriage of his parents 20 Sep. 1682. 

"• See the baptism of another child of Edward Carlton 24 Feb. 1684-5. 

* See her burial 4 Oct. 1685. 

^ Also registered at St. Mary-le-Bovv ; the entry is in French, and he is styled " fils aine," 
his birth date, 4 June, being recorded. See his burial 20 Aug. 1684. Of the sponsors, Mr. Eobert 
Smith was the second husband of the child's grandmother ; Mrs. Margaret Smith was aunt. See 
Mr. Blakiston's burial 25 March 1711. 

7 She was buried at Crossgate 27 Aug. 1684. The father was a younger son of Wilham 
Heighington of Durham, gent.,* and was baptized at Crossgate 30 May 1654, where, dying 4th 
(Bee's Diary), he was buried 5 May 1683. The mother was Catherine, dau. and coheir of Dr. 
Thomas Musgrave, Prebendary of Durham and Dean of Carlisle ; see his burial 30 March 1686. 
Their marriage licence is dated 28 Sep. 1676. Besides this child, they had William, baptized 
12 March 1677-8 at Crossgate, Musgrave, baptized 2 March 1679-80, and Catherine, all men- 
tioned in the will, dated 13 March 1692-3, of their grandfather, William Heighington, who was 
buried 29 Nov. 1693 at Crossgate. [" Richard Heighington of the North Bayley, cordwyner, and 
Gartrett Waller of this parish, spinister," married 1 May 1654 at St. Oswald's.] 

^ See his mother's burial 10 Aug. 1684. Observe the burial 9 Aug. 1680 of a Samuel 
Adamson, who might be the grandfather. 

9 See his burial 22 Jan. 1690-91. 

'" Dau. of Colonel William Tempest, M.P., of Old Durham (whose baptism see 31 Jan. 1653-4), 
by his wife, Elizabeth Sudbury, niece of Dean Sudbury. She married 26 Feb. 1714-15 at St. 
Oswald's, Anthony Salvin of Elvet, gent., and died at the birth of her first child, Anthony, who 
•was baptized on the day of his mother's burial at St. Oswald's 25 Feb. 1715-16. 

" See his burial 20 June 1684. 

12 See his burial 14 Feb. 1684-5. The father, D.D. of Christ Church, Oxon, was instituted 
Eector of Houghton-le -Spring 13 Dec. 1677, and installed in the ninth Prebend 20 July 1681. 
He is described on his monument in Houghton Church as son of Edward Bagshaw of Morton 

* William Heighington, barber, of St. Nicholas, and Frances Heighington of St. Margaret's, 
married 1 Dec. 1636 at St. Oswald's. 


1684 June 12 Eobertus,^ filius Jolian'is "Wood (GTardiner). Marmaduco Allen- 

son, Gen., Eoberto Delavall, gen., et D'na Eliz. Kirkby, spon- 

July 6 Brigida,- filia Gulielmi Horseman. 
Aug. 17 Joban'es,^ filius Gulielmi Wilson, Gen. Gulielmo Tempest, 

Joh'e Sudbury, Armigeris ; et D'na Elizab. Spearman, spon- 

Oct. 10 Anna,^ filia Johan'is Morton, bujus Ecclesiae Prebendarii. 
Feb. 24 Martha,' filia Edvardi Carleton. 

1685 May 18 Ciithbertus,^ filius Joh'is Bowman. * 
June 11 F~ [blank'] Job'is Martyn. 

June 23 Maria,^ filia Tho. Butler, Gener. 
July 21 Jacobus,^ filius Joh'is Benson. 

Putney in the county of Northampton, Esq. B}' his wife, Mary Wilshere, who died 10 and was 
buried 18 Oct. 1703 in Houghton Church, he appears to have had three sons and five daughters, 
viz., Ralph, whose burial see 7 Jan. 1681-2 ; Henry, as above ; Edward, whose baptism see 21 July 
1690 ; Mary, buried 21 Oct. 1680, and Anne 18 Eeb. 1686-7, both in Houghton Church ; 
Prudence, baptized 25 May 1685 at Houghton, her father's executrix and only surviving dau. ; 
and Elizabeth and Sarah, whose baptisms see 15 April 1689 and 22 Dec. 1692 respectively. Dr. 
Bagshawe in his will, dated 10 Nov. 1708, with a codicil 20 Dec. 1709, mentions his niece 
Mrs. Dorothy Wilsher and nephew Peter Lancaster, and a silver tankard given to him by Lady 

' See baptism of another (ihild 30 Jan. 1686-7. The father, doubtless, was college gardener. 
Of the sponsors, Marmaduke AUenson of West Rainton, co. Pal., and a mercer of Durham, was 
Mayor 1684 and lti8o. He was baptized 18 July 1630 at Crossgate, the son of Ralph AUenson 
of Durham, Mayor in 1635, 1642, and 16-43 (son of Anthony AUenson of Bishop's Auckland), by 
his wife Mary, dau. of Archdeacon Blakiston, Prebendary of the seventh stall, which Ralph was 
buried 29 Jan. 1656-7 at St. Nicholas ; Marmaduke Allensen died 19 and was buried 20 Jan. 
1689-90 at St. Mary's, leaving a numerous family, and his widow Alice proved his will 25 id. 
men. See the burial of Mrs. Kirkly, another sponsor, 16 July 1721. 

^ See the father's burial 17 Jan. 1723-4. 

^ See the parents' marriage 18 Dec. 1677. This child probably died young, as he is not men- 
tioned in a Bishop's lease of 1691 with his brother and sisters, viz., Elizabeth, stated to be 
eldest dau., and then aged 11 ; Bridget, whose baptism see 15 Dec. 1685 ; Mary, baptized 13 March 
1C86-7 at Bow ; and Sudbury, youngest child, whose burial see 6 Jan. 1700-1701. [Perhaps of 
this family was Richard Wilson, gent., who married 13 Dec. 1740, at St. Oswald's, Bridget, then 
aged about 50, dau. of Colonel William Tempest, M.P., who is a sponsor.] John Sudbury, 
another sponsor (whose sister Elizabeth married the before-mentioned Colonel Tempest), was 
nephew of Dean Sudbury, and LL.B. (1682) of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and was created a 
Baronet 1685 ; he married Bridget (she remarried Edward Carteret, Esq., M.P., and had issue), 
dau. of Sir Thomas Exton, Knt., Judge of the High Court of Admiralty, by whom he had an 
only dau. Anne ; at his death in 1691 the title became extinct. Mrs. Spearman was wife of the 
Undersheriff, whose burial see 22 Sep. 1703. 

^ See her burial 28 Dec. 1685. 

^ See her brother's baptism 17 Jan. 1682-3. 

« See the father's burial 27 Jan. 1695-6. 

7 The father perhaps the Minor Canon whose burial see 11 Nov. 1697. 

^ See her marriage 30 March 1709 ; also the pedigree of Butlee (to whicih this date adds), 
Surtees, iii., 49. 

^ See the father's burial 19 Dec. 1696. This child apparently by a second marriage, for see 
burial of Isabell Benson 20 June 1682, 


Dec. 15 

Jan. 5 


Sep. 21 
Dec. 12 

Jan. 20 


April 2 
April 8 
April 22 
April 15 
Sep. 17 


Dec. 1 


( ) 


July 21 
Nov. 4 

Feb. 1 


Sep. 4 
Sep. 29 


Brigida/ filia Griilielmi Wilson. 

Elizabetlia,- filia Francisci Hanby. 

Elisabetha,'' filia Joli'is Benson. 

Thomas,^ filius Joh'is Proud (Bow). 

Johan'es,^ filius Joli'is Wood, ap'^ Bow church. 

Jacobus,^ filius Michaelis Mickleton. 

Johan'es,'^ filius Joli'is Proud. 

Elisabetha,^ filia Joh'is Morton, Prebendarii. 

Elisabetha,^ filia Henr. Bagshaw, S.T.D., Prebendarii. 

Richardus,io filius W"' G-rahme (S.T.P., Decani Carliol, et hujus 

Ecclesiae Prebendarii) . 
John,^i son of John Lisle, Minor Canon. 
Anne,^" daughter of John Proud. 
Edward,^^ son of D>' Bagshaw. 
George,^^ son of William Grreggs, Organist. 
Samuel,^^ son of John Lisle, Min"" Canon. 
Hamond,^^ son of John Clement. 
Elisabeth,i7 dau. of W"^ Horseman. 

1 See her brother's baptism 17 Aug. 1684. She was, doubtless, named Bridget after Lady 
Sudbury. She probably died au infant, as she is not induded in the lease of 1691. 

" Born, according to Bow Register, 25 Dec. 1685, being fourth dau. and sixth child. See her 
sister's baptism 2 April 1682. 

3 See the baptism of her brother 21 July 1685. 

■• See the marriage of the parents 17 Jan. 1685-6. 

^ See the baptism of his brother 12 June 1684. 

^ Born 27 March preceding. See his parents' marriage 4 July 1687. He was afterwards a 
Barrister-at-Law, of Gray's Inn ; he married Hannah (baptized 26 Jan. 1685-6 at St. Helen's), fifth 
dau. of Sir Robert Eden of West Auckland, first Bart., but died s.p., circa 1717, according to 
Surtees' pedigree., iv., ii., 140, probably in London. His wife was sister to Dr. Eden, whose 
burial see 6 March 1754. His sponsors were Sir Robert Eden (afterwards his father-in-law), and 
his grandparents James Mickleton and Mrs. Spearman. 

' See his (probable) marriage 22 Sep. 1713, and his brother's baptism 12 Dec. 1686. 

8 See her burial 24 May 1697. 

9 Died an infant, and was buried in Houghton-le-Spring Church 26 May 1689. See her 
brother's baptism 2 April 1684. 

*" Born 30 Aug. preceding ; see his burial 23 Dec. 1689. 

" See his burial 28 June 1690. The father graduated at St. John's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1680 ; M.A. 1684. See the baptisms of his brothers, Samuel, 1 Feb. 1691-2, and Henry, 
31 Axis. 1693. [" Mr. Maurice Lisle, Master of Arts," who has a son John baptized 4 Sep. 1683, 
and others, at St. Oswald's ; and Mrs. Rowe, whose burial see 22 Oct. 1707, were perhaps relations.] 

12 See her brother's baptism 12 Dec. 1686. 

1^ He is mentioned on his father's monument as the only surviving son. See his brother 
Henry's baptism 2 April 1684. 

i-* The father, appointed Master of the Song School 19 Feb. 1690-91, and Organist on the 
death of John Foster 1677, was buried in the churchyard of St. Mary's 16 Oct. 1710, where the 
inscription on his altar-tomb states that he died 15th in the 48th [?] year of his age, and " was son 
of Jo. Greggs, gent., of York, a suff"erer for K. C. I." 

15 He entered, then aged 17, at St. John's College, Cambridge, 3 May 1709, and graduated 
B.A. 1712, M.A. 1716, and B.D. 1724. See his brother's baptism 1 Dec. 1689. 

16 See his burial 4 March 1732-3. 
i? See her burial 17 April 1695, 


Oct. 4 

Dec. 22 


May 1 

Aug. 31 


June 26 


Oct. 25 

Oct. 18 


Aug. 11 

Aug. 29 

Jan. 26 


Sep. 22 

Nov. 24 


Aug. 9 


Aug. 16 

Mar. 20 


Frances,! dau. of John Proud. 
Sarah,- dau. of D'' Bagshaw. 
Ositlia,^ dau. of D'' Morton. 
Henry,^ son of M'' Lisle, Min»" Can. 
Thomas,^ son of H' Morton. 
John,^ son of D^' Smith. 
John,7 son of John Clement. 
Penelop Dobson,^ dau. of D'' Dobson. 
Thomas,9 son of Tho. Rudd. 
Mary, 10 dau. of D' Smith. 
Eliz.,11 dau. of D'" Dobson 
John,!- gQj2 of Tho. Rudd. 

-,!3 son of D'- Smith. 

Dorothy,!* dau. of D'^ Dobson. 
John,!^ son of M'' Nich. Burton, Schoolemaster. 
1701 April 29 Joseph,!^ son of John Smith, D.D. 

• See her brother's baptism 12 Dec. 1686. 

2 She was buried in Houghtoa-le-Spring Church 18 May 1694. See her brother's baptism 

2 April 1684. 

3 Dau. of Dr. Morton by his second wife, whose burial see 12 Feb. 1724-5, and her own burial 
23 May 1702. See her half-sister Dulcibella's baptism 22 Aug. 1682. 

^ See his burial 27 Nov. 1693, and his brother's baptism 1 Dec. 1689. 

5 See his burial 28 Jan. 1720-21. 

6 See his burial 24 Nov. 1731. 

7 See his burial Oct. 1696. 

« The father, the Rev. Henry Dobson of Magdalen College, Oxon (BA. 1674; M.A. 1677; 
B.D. 1689; D.D. 1693), was appointed Rector of Boldon 1692, and installed in the sixth 
Prebend 8 June 1695 ; he died in London, aged 67, 23 March 1717. See baptisms of other 
children Sep. 1698, Aug. 1700, and Feb. 1704-5. 

9 The father, M.A. of Trinity College, Cambridge, was at this time Head Master of the 
Grammar School ; he had afterwards (1711—1725, when he became Vicar of Northallerton) the 
Vicarage of St. Oswald's, where the registers all carefully kept by himself are a specimen of most 
beautiful and indeed wonderful penmanship, a standing reproach to the often undecipherable 
writing in our modern registers. See Rudd Pedigree in Surtees, vol. iv., part ii., p. 107, where a 
full account will be found of both father and son. They are now represented by Wilbraham of 
Rode, Cheshire. See baptism of another sou 24 Nov. 1698. 

1" See her burial 5 Dec. 1698, and her brother's baptism 25 Oct. 1696. 

" See her burial same day, and her sister's baptism 11 Aug. 1697. 

12 Born 12 Nov. These dates add to Surtees' Pedigree. He died 30 June 1720, and was 
buried 2 July in St. Oswald's Church, where his M.I. describes him as " optimse spei juvenis ; in 
flora ipso setatis diuturno morbo consumtus et tandem (magno suorum dolore) extinctus." The 
Vicar invariably spelt his own name Rud in the Registers. 

»3 His name was William ; see his burial 11 Aug. 1702, and his brother's baptism 25 Oct. 1696. 

" See her sister's baptism 11 Aug. 1697. 

>5 Son of the Rev. Nicholas Burton, M.A. (whose second marriage see 18 May 1704), by his 
first wife, Anne, who died 10 (M.I.) and was buried 12 Aug. 1703 within the communion rails of 
St. Mary-le-Bow beside her dau., whose baptism see 30 June 1702. 

i« He graduated B.A. 1721, and M.A. 1725, at Trinity College, Cambridge, and was after- 
wards presented to the Vicarage of Houghton, Sussex. He is stated in Surtees' Pedigree to have 
married Elizabeth Woodger, and to have died at Cambridge, 1734, s.p. 


















1702 June 30 Martha,^ dau. of M' Nich. Burton, Schoolm^ 
Fitz-Herbert,- son of Hen. Dobson, CD. 
William,''^ son of John Smith, D.D. 
W", son of Eliz. Smith, a Traveller, privately bapt. 
Elizabeth,^ dau. of Jo. Rymer, Clerk. 

John,^ son of Jn° "Waring, was born Feb. y^ 27*^', and baptiz'd 
March y^ 13**^ by y« Eever"! M"" Eob' Leeke, Prsecentor. 
172G May 31 Frances, a new-born infant left in the Abby Church and Christued 
in the Vestry. 

(Eobt. Pigot, Sacrist, Nov. y'' 20"', 1726.) 

Dec. 12 Robert,^ son of "William and Mary Horseman. 

1729 July 14) Margarett'' aud Mary, daughters of Hammond and Priscilla 


1730 Feb. 2 James,^ son of y^ Rev'^ D'" Thomas Sharp, Arch-Deacon of North- 


' She was buried 26 May 1703 within the communion rails at St. Mary-le-Bow, of which 
her father was Rector. She is termed " filia hornotina" on her mother's M.I. See her brother's 
baptism 20 March 1700-01. 

2 See his sister's baptism 11 Aug. 1697. Dr. Fitz-Herbert Adams was at this time Prebendary 
of the Tenth Stall ; and Colonel William Tempest, M.P., several times before mentioned, had a 
son, born 1687, named Fitz-Herbert. This name probably came from one source in each instance. 

^ Youngest child. See his burial 24 Nov. 1730, and his brother's baptism 25 Oct. 16 

■» See her burial 7 Oct. 1728. 

* The father, the Rev. John Waring of St. John's College, Cambridge (B.A. 1709; M.A. 
1713), a Minor Canon, was appointed Vicar of Billiugham 1715, Sacrist 1719, afterwards 
Precentor ; and, 1721, Rector of St. Mary's in the South Bailey, where he was buried 26 Nov. 
1732.* The sou baptized as above was probably the John Waring who graduated at St. John's, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1737, M.A. 1741. 

^ The parents, William Horseman and Mary Smith were married 11 Jan. 1725-6 at St. Mary- 
le-Bow. The father may have been that nameless child of William Horseman (whose burial see 
17 Jan. 1723-4) who was baptized — Dec. 1676. 

7 See the burial of Margaret 21 Sep. 1729. 

^ [The father was the son of Archbishop Sharp, by Elizabeth, youngest dau. of William 
Palmer of Winthorp, co. Leicester, Esq. He was born 12 Dec. 1693 and baptized 1 Jan. 1693-4 
at St. Martin's in the Fields ; of Trinity College, Cambridge (B.A. 1712 ; M.A. 1716 ; D.D. 
1729) ; Rector of Rothbury, Northumberland, 1720 ; one of Lord Crewe's Trustees ; Archdeacon 
of Northumberland (collated 27 Feb. 1722-3) ; Prebendary of the tenth stall in Durham Cathe- 
dral (instilled 1 Dec. 1732) ; and Prebendary of York and Southwell ; official to the Dean and 
Chapter of Durham 1755. He died 16 March 1758 and was buried in the Galilee Chapel in 
Durham Cathedral. The mother was Judith, dau. of the Rev. Sir George Wheler, Knt., 
Prebendary of Durham, and Rector of Houghton-le-Spring ; born 1700 ; died 2 July (according 
to M.I.) and buried in the Galilee Chapel in Durham Cathedral, near her father, 9 July 1757; 
married 19 June 1722 at Houghton-le-Spring (the Rothbury Register gives the date of her death 
as 1 July). James was the seventh son, of Leadenhall Street, London, ironmonger. He 
married 3 May 1764 Catherine, dau. of John Lodge of London, who died in 1834, set. 95. By 
her he had a dau. Catherine, his sole heiress (who placed the monument in Durham Cathedral), 

* He married Barbara (baptized 18 Nov. 1694 at Bow), fourth dau. of Peter Burrell, Notary - 
Public, of the Bailey, and sister of Lady D'Arcy of Navau. See Buebells in Index. 


1733 Nor. 25 Juditli,i clau. of j^ Eev'' B' Thomas Sharp, Prebendary of this 

1735 Nov. 21 G-raimlle,' son of y« ReV^ D"' Thomas Sharp, Prebendary of this 


1737 April 19 Ann,^ dau. of y« Rev'' D' Thomas Sharp, Prebendary of this 


1738 May 6 Frances,* dau. of y'' ReVi D'' Thomas Sharp, Prebendary of this 


1740 Sep. 11 Henry,5 son of Robert Pigot, Sacrist. 

1741 May 9 Barbara,^ dau. of y^ Rev*! M-" James Lesley, Prebendary of this 

1745 July 8 Mary Aun,7 dau. of y« Rev^ D'" James Lesley, Prebendary of this 

Jan. 27 Wadham,^ son of y" Rev^i D' Wadham Knatchbull, Prebendary 
of this Church. 

and who married at Queen Square Chapel, Bath, ou July 30, 1817, the Rev. Andrew Bovvlt of 
Bamborough, who upon his marriage assumed the name and arms of Sharp only. James died 
5 Nov. 1783 and was buried at St. Mary Axe, London. MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 

1 [Sister of the above, died unmarried 20 and buried 25 March 1809 in the Galilee Chapel. 
MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

2 [Brother of the above, the celebrated Philanthropist whose name will ever be connected 
with the abolition of the slave trade ; born 10 Nov. 1735 ; died 6 July 1813, buried in Fulham 
Churchyard. M.I. Cenotaph (by Chantrey) was erected to his memory by the African In.sti- 
tution in the Poet's Corner, Westminster Abbey. MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

3 [Ann, sister of the above, born 1 April 1737 ; buried at Durham Cathedral 22 April 1738. 
MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

•* [Frances, sister of the above, born 6 May 1738 ; died 2 Sep 1799. MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

5 The father, the Rev. Robert Pigot, one of the Minor Canons, graduated at Peterhouse, 

Cambridge (B A. 1715 ; M.A. 1719), was inducted Vicar of Northallerton 15 Oct. 1748 ; died 

10 and was buried 14 Jan. 1775, aged 79, in the chancel of Northallerton. By his wife Elizabeth 
(who died, aged 80, 27 Feb., and was buried with her husband 4 March 1776), the Sacrist appears 
to have had, besides this child, Robert, born 1 Sep. 1724, and Hollis, born 30 March 1726, both 
baptized at St. Oswald's, where the latter was buried 9 Jan. 1726-7; Thomas, baptized 27 Jan. 
1727-8, and buried 15 Oct. 1730 ; Richard, baptized 25 Aug. 1730 ; Edward, baptized 14 May 
1731, and buried 13 Dec. id. ann. ; Edward-Loyd, baptized 21 Dec. 1733 ; Charles, baptized 

11 Nov. 1735, and buried 2 Jan. following ; William, baptized 23 April 1737, and buried 11 June 

1738, all at Crossgate. 

« She died ante 1773. The father (D.D. of Trinity College, Dublin) was Curate of 
St. Nicholas', Dublin, and Chaplain to Dr. Chandler, Bishop of Durham, whose great-niece he 
married. He was collated (1741) to the Rectory of Wolsingham, which he resigned for Sedgefield 
1747 ; installed in the eighth prebend of this Cathedral 20 July 1743 ; in 1755 he e.vchanged his 
stall and rectory with Archdeacon Lowth, afterwards Bishop of London, for the Bishopric of 
Limerick, which had been offered to and declined by the latter, who, however, obtained permission 
to efiFect this bargain, which was much more to his own advantage than to the Diocese of Limerick. 
Bishop Leslie died at Dublin. The mother was Joyce (died 1773), only dau. of Anthony Lyster 
of Lysterfield, co. Roscommon, Esq., by his first wife Elizabeth, dau. and heiress of Richard 
Warren, Esq., by his wife Joyce, sister of Bishop Chandler. See next entry. 

7 According to Burke's " Extinct Baronetage " (the Bishop's eldest son received a Baronetcy in 
1787) she married Francis Warren Bonham, Esq., although in the " Landed Gentry " (" Bouliam 
of Ballintaggart ") she is called Joyce. The " Gent. Mag." says she died ante 1793. 

8 See the burial, 31 Dec. 1760, of his father, of whom he was the eldest child. He died in 
1773, aged 27. 


1746 Jan. 5 Edward,^ son of y® Rev'' JJ' James Lesley, Prebendary of this 


1747 Feb. 8 EKzabeth,^ dau. of y^ Rev'^ D"" James Lesley, Prebendary of this 


(Samuel Dennis, Sacrist, Nov. 20, 1748.) 

1748 Dec. 25 Harriot,^ dau. of the Rev'^'i D"" Wadham Knatchbull, Prebendary 

of this Church. 

1749 May 18 Richard,^ son of y« Rev'' D'' James Lesley, Prebendary of this 


1750 June 4 John, son of John Ellington and Mary his mfe, was rec*^ into y'^ 

Oct. 10 Windham, 5 son of y" Reverend D"" Wadham Knatchbull, 
Prebendary of this Church. 

1752 May 24 Mary, dau. of John Ellington and Mary his wife. 

1753 Jan. 18 Catherine,^ dau. of y*^ Rev'' D'" Knatchbull, Prebendary of this 

Sep. 3 William,^ son of Jn° and Eliz. Potts. 

1755 Jan. 14 Robert, son of Tho^ Clark and Catherine his wife. 

1756 Oct. 16 Anne, dau. of Tho^ Clark and Catherine his wife. 

1760 Oct. 17 Martha,*^ dau. of y" Rev"'' D'' Robert Lowth (Prebendary of this 

Church) and Mary his wife. 

' Eldest son, afterwards of Tarbert House, co. Kerry, and M.P. for Old Leighlin. He was 
made Hon. M.A. of Wadham College, Oxford, 1769, and created a Baronet of Ireland 1787. He 
married Anne, dau. of Colonel Cane, E.E., M.P. for Tallagh, and had by her an only child, 
Catherine Louisa (she died 1851, s.p.), who married in 1807 Lord Douglas Gordon-Hallyburton 
of Pitcur, M.P. for Forfarshire, only son of Charles, fourth Earl of Aboyne, by his second 
marriage, and half-brother to Charles, fifth Earl, who succeeded as ninth Marquess of Huntly. 
At Sir Edward's death the Baronetcy became extinct. See his sister's baptism 9 May 1744. 

^ She died before 1773, as also her sister Joyce. Dr. Leslie had also two other daughters, 
Catherine-Elizabeth, wife of James Scott, Esq., and Martha, the widow in 1793 of the Eev. James 

^ She apparently died young ; she was the elder dau. of her father, whose burial see 31 Dec. 

■• Afterwards a clergyman, and succeeded, in right of his mother, to her moiety of the Lyster- 
field estates. (Burke's "Extinct Baronetage.") 

* Second son of his father, whose burial see 31 Dec. 1760. He married 12 June 1790 his 
cousin, Catharine-Maria (she died 1807), second dau. of Sir Edward Knatchbull, seventh Baronet, 
and died, aged 83, in 1833, leaving issue. See Burke's " Baronetage "; also " Landed Gentry." 

^ Youngest child of Dr. Knatchbull, whose burial see 31 Dec. 1760. She married Thomas 
Knight of Chawton House, Hants, and Godmersham Park, Kent, Esq. (who died 1794, devising his 
estates to his third-cousin, Edward Austen, Esq., brother of the immortal Jane), but died s.p., 
14 Oct. 1812. 

7 The father perhaps identical with John Potts, Surgeon, Mayor of Durham 1787. His 
arms, Azure, two bars and a bend or, on a copy of Bishop Egerton's Charter, ^ewe* the Editor. 

8 She died unmarried 12 March 1812, in John Street, Berkeley Square. (" Gent. Mag.") 
The father was the son of the Rev. William Lowth of St. John's College, Oxford (B.A. 1679 ; 
M.A. 1G83 ; B.D. 1688), Prebendary of Winchester, and Rector of Buriton, Hants, " a dis- 
tinguished figure in the republic of letters," author of " A Vindication of the Divine Authority 
and Inspiration of The Old and New Testaments " (1692), "Directions for the Profitable Reading 


















Isabel, dau. of Thomas Hogg and Anue his wife. 

Eobert,! sou of y^ Rev"*^ D"' Kobert Lowth (Prebendary of this 

Church) and Mary his wife. 
John, sou of Tho- Hogg and Anue his wife. 
Margaret,^ dau. of y^ Rev'' D'" Robert Lowth (Prebendary of 

this Church) and Mary his wife. 
Thomas,^ son of Thomas Hogg and Anne his wife. 
Richard Mark,*^ son of D^' Samuel Dickens (Prebendary of this 

Church and A<=''D" of D"') and Margaret his wife. 

of the H0I3' Scripture," " Commentaries on the Prophets," etc., who died 16 May 1732. His jet 
more distinguished son, Robert, was born either in the Close, Winchester, or at Buriton, 8 Dec. 
1710; he was first of Winchester College, Oxford, but afterwards of New College (B.A. 1733; 
M.A. 1737 ; D.D. 1754) ; he was appointed Rector of Overton, Hants (a sinecure), 1736, Arch- 
deacon of Winchester 1750, Chaplain to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland 1755 ; Prebendary of 
Durham (see note to baptism of Barbara Leslie 9 May 1744 regarding this), and rector of Sedge- 
field 1755 — 1777 ; Bishop of St. David's May 1766, but translated to Oxford July following ; and 
finally translated to London. In Feb. 1768, being then Bishop of Oxford, he writes to the Dean 
and Chapter that he has " received his Majesty's dispensation from keeping up a statuteable resi- 
dence in the Church of Durham," and he held his stall in commendam until his death 3 Nov. 1787, 
being buried in Fulham Churchyard. He declined the Archbishopric of Canterbury on the 
death of Archbishop Cornwallis in 1783. He was a very considerable scholar, and author of 
" Prelections on Hebrew Poetr}^" " Life of William of Wykeham," " A Short Introduction to 
English Grammar," " Translation of Isaiah," etc. Except the above Martha, all his five daughters 
predeceased him. Mary, the eldest, his favourite child, was born 11 June 1755, and died 5 July 
1768, being buried at Cuddesden, Oxford. Although she does not come into these Registers, the 
Editor cannot refrain from giving the epitaph written by her father : — 

" Care, vale, ingenio prsestans, pietate pudore, 

Et plusquam natse, nomine cara, vale ! 

Cara Maria, vale ! at veniet felicius sevum, 

Quando iterum tecum, sim modo dignus, ero. 
Cara, redi, Iseta turn dicam voce paternos 
Eja age in amplexus, cara Maria, redi." 

His third dau., Frances, who was baptized at Sedgefield 27 Oct. 1757, died most suddenly 21 July 
1783, at a reception by the Bishop at London House, St. James's Square. She was handing a 
cup of tea to the Bishop of Gloucester when she dropped down dead. The Bishop married in 
1752, Mary, dau. and heiress of Lawrence Jackson, Esq., of Christchurch, Hants; she died 
14 March 1803, in her 84th year, and was buried in Fulham Churchyard. The Bishop had a 
strong prejudice against intra-mural burial. See baptisms of three other children in 1762, 1763, 
and 1765 respectively. See also " The Oxford Sausage," p. 89, and Nichol's " Literary 

• He was a clergyman, and of Christ Church, Oxford (B.A. 1783 ; M.A. 1786) ; he married 
Miss Frances Harington, by whom he had issue. See his sister's baptism 17 Oct. 1760. 

- She died 10 March 1769, in her sixth year, and was buried in Fulham Churchyard. See his 
sister's baptism 17 Oct. 1760. 

^ He probably died very young. See baptism of another Thomas 23 June 1771. 

•• Afterwards Colonel of the 34th Regiment. See his son's baptism 27 March 1787. The 
father, Archdeacon Dickens, died 30 Aug. 1791, set. 73, and was buried at Easington, co. Durham, 
of which he was Rector. His M.I. there terms Bishop Trevor his " Relation and Patron." The 
mother, Margaret, was dau. of Dr. Mark Hildesley, Bishop of Sodor and Man, and previously 
Master of Sherburn Hospital, co. Pal. 




















Anne, dau. of M'' Thomas Hogg and Anne his wife. 

Charlotte,! dau. of the llev"'^ D"" Eob* Lowth (Prebendary of this 

Church) and Mary his wife. 
Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Hogg and Anne his wife. 
William,- son of M'' Thomas Hogg and Anne his wife. 
Jane, dau. of Tho® Hogg and Anne his wife. 
Prances-Anne,^ dau. of the Uev""^ C Henry Vane, Prebendary 

of this Church, and Frances his wife. 

1770 Nov. 19 George,^ son of y" Eev"" D'' John Moor (Prebendary of this 

Church) and Catherine his wife. 

1771 Feb. 28 Henry, ^ son of C Henry Vane, Prebendary of this Church, and 

Frances his "wife. 
June 23 Thomas,^ son of Thomas Hogg and Anne his wife. 
Oct. 23 Thomas John,'' son of y'= Rev'^'^ Jonathan and Elizabeth Branfoot 

his wife. 
Nov. 1 Hem-y John,^ son of D'' Samuel Dickens (Prebendary of this 

Church) and Margaret his wife. 
Dec. 23 Charles,^ son of y^ Eev"^ D'' John Moor (Prebendary of this 

Church) and Catherine his wife. 

1772 Oct. 8 Edward,!'^ son of Charles Weston (Prebendary of this Church) 

and Arabella his wife. 

(M'' Deason, Sacrist.) 

1 She died 29 May 1768, in her third year, and was buried in Fulham Churchyard. See her 
sister's baptism 17 Oct. 1760. 

2 See his burial 13 March 1767, and his sister's baptism 6 March 1761. 

3 She married the Right Hon. Michael Angelo Taylor, M.P. for Durham Cit}- (sou of Sir 
Robert Taylor, Knt.), who died, aged 77, 16 July 1834. Her father, the Prebendary, married 
3 March 1768, at St. Mary's, Frances, dau. and eventual heiress of John Tempest, Esq., M.P. 
for Old Durham and Sherburn (she died 19 Jan. 1796, aged 51), and by her had, besides this 
dau., an only son, whose baptism see 28 Feb. 1771. Dr. Vane, who succeeded his father (see 
his marriage 27 Sep. 1722) in the Long Newton and other estates, was created a Baronet 13 July 
1782 ; he died 7 June 1794, aged 66. 

•* He was Rector of Wrotham, Kent, and Canon of Canterbury; he married, by special 
licence, at Lady Finch's, in Hereford Street, London, 11 Oct. 1806 (" Gent. Mag."), Harriet 
Mary, youngest dau. of Sir Brook Bridges, third Baronet. The father was afterwards Archbishop 
of Canterbury. The mother was dau. of Sir Robert Eden of West Auckland, third Baronet, and 
sister to the first Lord Auckland. 

5 See his sister's baptism 12 May 1769. He assumed the additional name and arms of 
Tempest, under the will of his mother's brother, John Tempest, Esq., M.P., of Old Durham, 
Wynyard, and Brancepeth Castle, ultimus suorum. He married in 1799, Anue-Katherine 
(McDonnell), Countess of Antrim in her own right, and by her, who died 1834 (having remarried 
Edmund Phelps, Esq.), had issue an only child and heiress, Frances Anne Emily Vane-Tempest, 
second wife of the third Marquess of Londonderry, K.G., and grandmother of the present and 
sixth Marquess, K.G. Sir Henry Vane-Tempest, who was M.P. for Durham, died 1 Aug. 1831. 

^ See his burial 14 June 1772, and his sister's baptism 6 March 1761. 

' The father son of Rev. John Branfoot, Minor Canon, whose marriage see 31 Jan. 1733-4. 

* See his brother's baptism 6 Jan. 1764. 

9 See his brother's baptism 19 Nov. 1770. 

1" [Eldest son, of Somerby Hall, co. Lincoln, Esq., Deputy-Lieutenant, born 18 Sep. 1772 ; 
sometime an Officer in the 11th Light Dragoons, with which regiment he served in Flanders; 


1773 Mar. 16 Dorothy, dau. of Thomas Hogg, Treasurer to the College. 
April 27 Stephen, sou of Christopher Creed. 

1783 Feb. 20 Eobert,^ son of Johu aud Penelope Ann Cracroft (Esq'). He is 

Captain in the Royal North Lincoln Militia, aud she daughter 
of M"" Weston, Prebendary of this Church. 

1787 Mar. 27 Samuel Richard,^ son of Richard Dickens, Esq"", Ensign in 44*^ 

Regiment of Eoot, and of Mary his -n-ife, and grandson of 
D^' Dickens, Prebendary of this Church aud Archdeacon of 

1788 July 17 George,^ son of Richard Dickens, Esq'' (now) Captain in the 

44*'' Regiment of Poot, and of Mary his wife, and grandson of 
D'' Dickens, Prebendary and Archdeacon of Durham. 

1790 Dec. 16 James,^ son of the Rev'' .Tames Britton, Head-Master of the 

Grrammar School, and Isabella his wife ; born Octob'' 25'''. 

1791 Jan. 24 Elizabeth,^ dau. of Thomas Gibbon, Junior. 

died unmarried 27 Jan. 1844, and was buried at Somerby (in the churchyard). His father, who 
was born 25 Oct. 1731 in Cliarles Street, Westminster, was of Christ Church, Oxon (B.A. 23 June 
1752 ; M.A. 18 April 1755) ; of Somerby Hall ; Archdeacon of Wilts 1763 ; Rector of Therfield, 
Herts, 1762 ; installed in the ninth prebend of Durham Cathedral 11 Aug. 1764, and of the sixth 
(being removed) 2 Aug. 1768. He died 31 Oct. 1801, and was buried in Somerby Church. His 
mother, the dau. of Henry Delabene, Esq., of York, married 14 May 1771 at St. James's, Picca- 
dilly ; she died 30 May 1799, and is buried in Somerby Church. MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 

' [The father John Cracroft, Esq., of Hackthorn Hall, co. Lincoln, was High Sheriff of that 
county in 1797. The mother was born 11 Dec. 1763, and was baptized at St. James's, Piccadilly, 
13 Jan. 1764; she married 4 Feb. 1782 at St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham, and died 29 Sep. 1821, and 
was buried at Hackthorn. MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

- See the baptism, 6 Jan. 1764, of the father, Richard Mark Dickens, afterwards Colonel 
of the 34th Regiment. The mother (married 8 Jan. 1785, at St. James's, Westminster) was 
Mary, elder dau. of George Hoar of Middleton George, co. Pal., gent., Deputy-Keeper of the 
Jewels in the Tower (by his wife Frances, dau. of William Sleigh of Stockton-on-Tees), aud sister 
of William Hoar, afterwards Harland, Esq., whose burial see 22 Nov. 1833. 

^ See preceding entry. 

■♦ Of Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1813 ; M.A. 1815. The parents were married — Jan. 1790, 
at Brancepeth. The father (to whom a very painful monument is erected between two of the 
south piers of the Cathedral nave, representing him reclining on one elbow, in an attitude of 
contemplation, on a sort of mattress) was of Christ Church, 0-xon (B.A. 1781 ; M.A. 1784 ; B.D. 
and D.D. 1819), Perpetual Curate of Crossgate 1783, and, on resigning the headmastership, 
became Yicar of Bossall, co. York, 1809, and of East Acklam, same county, 1819. The mother 
(born Oct. and baptized 17 Nov. 1766, at St. Nicholas, Durham), was eldest dau. of Henry Mills, 
Esq., of Willington, co. Durham, J. P., and a banker at Durham, by liis wife Elizabeth, eldest 
child of Robert Fenwick, Esq., of Lemmington, Northumberland. 

^ Afterwards Mrs. Russell Bowlby. Her parents were married 28 Dec. 1788 at St. Oswald's. 
The father, who died 26 Dec. 1792, aged 27 (tombstone), and was buried at St. Oswald's, was the 
son of Thomas Gibbon and Grace Chapman (" both of the College "), who were married 3 June 
1764 at St. Mary-the-Less. The mother was Elizabeth, elder dau. of ... . Liddell of South 
Shields, by his wife Jane, dau. of John Hubback of Coopen, co. Pal., and sister of Barbara 
Hubback, first wife of Thomas Carlisle, and by him mother of Sir Anthony Carlisle the King's 
Physician. Elizabeth Liddell's younger brother, George Liddell (born at Durham about Aug. 
1771; died 10 April 1851, buried at Sutton, near Hull), was grandfather of George William 
Liddell of Sutton and Keldy Castle, Yorkshire, Esq., who died at Oxford, 17 Nov. 1888, aged 21. 
Elizabeth Liddell's younger sister was wife of Stephen Gee, Es^., of Cottingham, Yorks. 


1791 April 21 Henry,^ son of the EeVi Charles Egertou (and Catherine Egerton 

his wife), Rector of Washington. 

1792 Mar. 24- Elizas dau. of the Rev^^ James Britton and Isabella his w\ie ; 

boru Eebruary 26*^''. 
April 15 William, illegitimate son of Dorothy Churnside from South 

Shields, but now in Jail for Debt. 
Sep. 21 Ann,^ dau. of Thomas Gibbon, Junior, Deputy Treasurer. 

1794 Feb. 4 Matthew, son of Benjamin and Jane Renwick of Hamsterley, 

now confined in Durham Jail. 
Dec. 25 Thomas, son of Elizabeth Learmouth (illegitimate) of Blackwell, 
now in Durham Jail. 

1795 April 6 Isabella,^ dau. of the Rev^' James & Isabella Britton ; born Jany 

22'', 1795. 
April 25 William,^ son of Colonel Barrington Price and Lady Maria 

Price; boru March 29. Bapt. by M'' Burgess. Privately 

before bapt. by M"" Bouyer. 
Aug. 24 Jane,'' dau. of Anthony Mowbray Crofton and of Jane Crof- 

ton his wife of Kinnesworth alias Kimblesworth, near 


1 Of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law ; he married Mary (who died 1854), dau. of the Rev. 
George Sajer, LL.B., Rector of Egglescliffe, but died s.p. The Rev. Charles Egerton, the father, 
was r natural son of Francis Egerton, E«q., youngest brother of John, Bishop of Durham 1771— 
1787. The Bishop was a grandson of John, third Earl of Bridgewater, and his sons, John and 
Francis (whom his father made a Prebendary), ultimately became seventh and eighth Earls 

respectively. The mother was dau. of Leake, a bookseller at Bath ; she died 11 July 1801, 

set. 35, and was buried at Washington. M.I. 

2 See her brother's baptism 16 Dec. 1790. 

3 See her sister's baptism 24 Jan. 1791. 

^ See her brother's baptism 16 Dec. 1790. 

5 The father was a son of Robert Price of Foxley, Esq., by his wife the Hon. Sarah Barring- 
ton, eldest sister of Shute Barrington, Bishop of Durham. The mother, Lady Maria Price (Mary 
she'is called in Burke's "Peerage"), died suddenly, on her 38th birthday. May 1806, at Cerney, 
Gloucestershire. She was dau. of John, ninth Earl of Strathmore, by his ill-fated Countess, the 
great heiress of the Bowes family, and so, unhappily, handed down to posterity as the wife after- 
wards of Andrew Robinson Stoney (Bowes), who assumed her name. 

6 Born at Kimblesworth, near Durham, 22 Jan. She married at Brancepeth, 4 Feb. 1817, 
"William Stoker of Durham, Surgeon, and by him was mother of the late William Stoker, Esq., 
J.P., M.R.C.S., of Durham. She was the second dau. and child of Anthony Mowbray Crofton, 
gent., then of Kimblesworth, afterwards of Holywell Hall in Brancepeth parish (son of 
Richard Crofton by his wife Ann Mowbray of Kimblesworth), by his wife Jane (whom 
he mar. at Hamsterley 6 Nov. 1792), dau. of James and Dorothy Best of Kayslee, Hamsterley. 
Anthony Mowbray Crofton died 15 Feb. 1809 and was buried at Witton Gilbert. His wife died 
31 Jan. 1821, set. 57, and was buried at Hamsterley. Besides the children baptized here there 
was a son Thomas Crofton, born at Kimblesworth 9 Jan. 1798, who married 26 April 1836, at 
Edenhall, Cumberland, Elizabeth Jane Bnston, and left issue ; also Ann, born 8 Aug. 1793 at 
Kimblesworth, and bapt. at Crossgate 18 Oct. following. In the Register her mother is called 
Dorothy Basto Crofton, the only explanation of which is that, as stated above, her maiden name 
was Best, and that it was a jumble of the clerks. Ann Crofton married, 31 Jan. 1815, John 
Wood of' Kimblesworth, and died at Darlington 26 Nov. 1880, leaving issue. 


1796 Aug. 31 Robert,^ son of D"^ Bathurst, was privatly bapt. December 10*'', 

1795, by D'" Batburst, Prebendary ; and publickly bapt. in the 
Abbey on the 31^^ day of August 1796 by tbe Sacrist. 
Nov. 18 John,- son of John Nevill, a soldier in Surry Militia. 

1797 Aug. 14 Catherine,^ dau. of the Rev'' Francis Haggitt, Prebendary of 

Durham, and Christina his wife ; born July 10^^. 
Oct. 24 Caroline,-^ dau. of the Rev"! D'' and M""^ Bathurst. D"" Bathurst 
is prebendary of this Church. 

1798 Jan. 9 Elizabeth,-^ dau. of Anthony Mowbray Crofton and of Jane 

Crofton his wife, of Kimblesworth, near Durham. 

(J. D., Sacrist.) 

• Born 27 Nov. preceding ; of Christ Church, Oxon (B.A. 1815 ; M.A. 1818) ; married, 1816, 
Jane, dau. of Rev. Roger Norris ; was Rector of Belaugh and Framingham Pigot, co. Norfolk ; 
died 25 Dec. 1828, set. 32, leaving a widow and eight children. In the first rank of the many 
eminent men who have held stalls at Durham, the father, Dr. Henry Bathurst (D.C.L., New 
College, Oxon), was born in London, either in Hereford Street or at his maternal grandfather's 
house, Westminster, 16 Oct. 1744. He was the second son and third child of Benjamin 
Bathurst (a younger brother of Allen, first Earl Bathurst) of Lydney, co. Gloucester, Esq., 
M.P. for Gloucester City and Monmouth Borough, and eventually " Father " of the House of 
Commons, by his second wife Katherine, only surviving dau. of Dr. Laurence Brodrick, Pre- 
bendary of Westminster and Rector of Mixbury. He was Rector of Saperton (which he 
retained until about 1833), and became Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, 1774, resigning 
it in March 1795 for the second stall at Durham, where he was installed 20 April following. 
This same year he refused an Irish bishopric. He was made Bishop of Norwich circa April 
1805. In Aug. 1831 Lord Grey offered him the Archbishopric of Dublin, which he declined. 
He died in his ninety-third year 5 April, and was buried in Malvern Abbey 14 April 1837. He 
married, 15 Aug. 1780, Grace, sister of Charles Henry, second Lord Castlecoote, and only dau. 
of Dr. Charies Coote, Dean of Kilfenora, Ireland (by his first wife Grace, dau. of Thomas Tilson, 
Esq.), whose second wife was Dr. Bathurst's half-sister, Catherine Bathurst. Mrs. Bathurst died 
16 April 1823, set. 67, and was buried in Malvern Abbey with her husband. They had eight sons 
and three daughters, of whom one son, Charles Henry, died 5 and was buried 7 Dec. 1795 at 
St. Mary-the-Less, not St. Mary-le-Bow, as the "Memoirs" say. Dr. Bathurst's Life has been 
(1850) well and readably written by his second dau. Tryphena, Mrs. Thistlethwayte, of Southwick 
Park, Hants. He was one of the most liberal, high, and yet simple-minded men who have sat on 
the Episcopal bench, and was a zealous supporter of the Catholic Emancipation Bill, and of reform 
generally. In searching for his baptism at Mixbury the following baptisms of his brothers and 
sisters were found, which it may not be amiss to record, viz., Mary, 25 April 1747 ; Susannah, 
2 May 1748 ; Selina, 29 March 1749 ; Hester, 4 April 1750 ; Frances, 29 July 1751 ; Charles 
William, 10 May 1753 ; Robert, 7 Nov. 1754. 

■- The barracks at this time were on the Palace Green, next Bishop Cosin's Library, and the 
Surrey Militia were quartered there. 

^ She was the only child, and married as first wife, 14 Dec. 1819, at Marylebone, London, the 
Rev. James Baker, Spiritual Chancellor of the Diocese. The mother was Dr. Haggitt's first wife, 
and died about Jan. 1811. Dr. Haggitt died in Bruton Street 1826, and was buried at Nuneham 
Courtenay, of which he was Rector. He was also D.D. and Chaplain in Ordinary to the King. 
His second wife was Lucy, dau. of William Parry, Esq., of Herefordshire. 

■» She married, 19 July 1820, at Norwich Cathedral, the Rev. Heaton Champion de Crespigny 
(fourth son of the second Baronet), who died at Ballarat, Australia, 15 Nov. 1858. See her 
brother's baptism 31 Aug. 1796. 

5 Died young. See her sister's baptism 24 Aug. 1795. 



1798 Feb. 15 Hauiiali/ dau. of Matthew Woodifield, Dep^ Treasurer, and of 

Hannah (formerly Gribbon) his wife. 

1799 April 18 Elizabeth,^ dau. of Matthew Woodifield (Dep^ Treasurer) and of 

Hannah (before Gibbon) his wife. 
Dec. 27 Riehard,3 son of Anthony Mowbray Crofton and of Jane his 

wife, of Kimblesworth, near Durham. 
ISOO July 3 Coote,^ son of the Eev'' D'' and M^'^ Bathurst (Prebendary of 

Durham) . 
Aug. 5 Ann,^ daughter of Matthew Woodifield and of Hannah his wife. 

1802 July 1 Matthew and James,*^ twins, sons of Matthew Woodifield and of 

Hannah his wife. 

1803 Mar. 24 Maryann,^ daughter of the Rev'^ James and Isabella Britton. 
1801 Jan. 7 Ann, dau. (illegitimate) of Elizabeth Dee, in Durham Jail for 

Mar. 15 Agnas Wilson,^ dau. of Richard Wilson, Gentleman, of Lymm 

in Cheshire, was baptised 15*'' of March in the Cathedral 

Church of Durham. 
June 9 Charlotte Belasyse,'^ dau. of the ReV^ George Barrington and 

Elisabeth his wife. Born March 30*" 1801. Privately baptised 

June 9*'^ 1801 by the said Rev" George Barrington, Prebendary 

of Durham (11*'' stall) and Rector of Sedgefield. 
Sep. 25 Harriot Jane,^" dau. of the Rev** James Brittoii and Isabella his 

wife, was born July 12*''. 

1 She died unmarried in the College, act. 23, 31 March 1821, and was buried 3 April at Cross- 
gate. The parents married by licence at Crossgate 7 May 1797. He was buried 31 Aug. 1824, 
get. 67, at Crossgate. She (probably sister to Thomas Gibbon, junior, see baptism of 24 Jan. 
1791) died 9 and was buried 12 Jan. 1808, set. 34, at Crossgate. The Woodifields, Widdifields, 
or Widdowfields occur in the Weavers' books from an early date. John Widdifield was bound 
apprentice to his father Matthew for seven years 24 June 1751; Robert Woodifield's eldest son 
admitted free 1784. Matthew Woodifield, "a very aged man," was buried 4 June 1748 at 
St. Oswald's, where there are numerous others of the name. 

" See preceding entry. 

3 Born at Kimblesworth 21 id. men. ; died 9 Nov. 1839, and buried at Hamsterley. See his 
sister's baptism 24 Aug. 1795. 

•* Born 1 Oct. 1799. See his brother's baptism 31 Aug. 1796. 

s Died unmarried, and buried 27 Feb. 1822, set. 21, at Crossgate. See her sister's baptism 

15 Feb. 1798. 

6 Born day of baptism. James, the younger twin, died 24 and was buried 27 June 1803 at 
Crossgate. See the burial of Matthew, the elder, 6 April 1857. 

7 See the baptism of her brother 16 Dec. 1790. 

8 Query whether the father was not of the family of Fountayne-Wilson (now Montagu), and 
thus connected with Prebendary Charles Weston. See Burke's " Landed Gentry." 

9 She married, in 1845, Rev. Henry Burton, Rector of Upton-Cressett, Salop, and died 

16 June 1873. The father, nephew of Shute Barrington, Bishop of Durham, youngest son of 
Major-General the Hon. John Barrington, and grandson of the first Viscount Barrington, was 
born 16 July 1761 ; he succeeded to the Peerage in 1813. He married, 1788, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Robert Adair, Esq., by his wife Lady Caroline Keppel, dau. of the second Earl of Albemarle. 
He died 1829, and she died 1841. Their other children were all born at Sedgefield, I believe. 

1" See her brother's baptism 16 Dec. 1790. 



I8O0 April 20 Anthony James,^ son of Anthony Mowbray Crofton and of Jane 
his wife, of Kimblesworth, near Durham. By J. Deason, 

1806 Dec. 17 Phyllis,- dan. of Anthony Tyler, the Virger, and Elizabeth his 

wife. Born October 22'^'J 1806. 

1807 April 16 Francis Daines Barrington,^ eight [sic] son of the Rev'^ George 

Barrington (Prebendary) and Elisabeth his -wife ; born Friday, 
March 20ti> 1807. 

1808 Oct. 21 Edwin,^ son of Anthony Tyler, the Virger, and Elizabeth his 

wife. Born Sep-" 19*^ 1808. N.B.— M"- Anth>' Tyler is- the 
Dean's Virger. 

1810 Aug. 31 Susannah Tyler,^ third dan. and fourth child of Anthony Tyler, 

the Dean's Virger, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of William 
Bates. Born June 25"' 1810. 
Dec. 2 Charlotte Cassandra,^ third dau. of the Rev'^ Henry Phillpotts, 
Prebendary of the 9^^ Stall in the Cathedral Church of Durham, 
and of Deborah Maria his w^fe. Born September 20"' 1810. 

1811 Oct. 6 Harriet Sibylla,^ fourth daughter of the Eev'i Henry Phillpotts, 

Prebendary of the 9"' Stall in the Cathedral Church of Durham, 
and of Deborah Maria his wife. 

1812 Sep. 24 Agnes Tyler,^ fourth dau. and fifth child of Anthony Tyler, the 

Dean's Virger, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of William Bates. 
Born Augt 21"^ 1812. 

1813 Mar. 6 Edward Copleston,^ son of Heniy and Deborah Maria Phill- 

1 Boru 18 id. men. He married at Sunderland, 5 Jan. 1847, Mary Elizabeth Agar, and died 
(buried at Brancepetli) 29 Aug. 1876, leaving issue. See his sister's baptism 24 Aug. 1795. 

- Was the second child ; she married at St. Mary-the-Less, 22 Oct. 1833, William Caldcleugh, 
Postmaster of Durham, who dying, jet. 49, 15 Nov. 1854, was buried at Crossgate ; she died 
23 Sep. 1847, leaving issue, and was buried at Crossgate. See her father's burial 14 July 1849. 

^ See his burial 29 Feb. 1808, and his sister's baptism 9 June 1804. 

* See his burial 27 Jan. 1871. 

' Living 1889, unmarried, at Lanchester, co. Durham. See her father's burial 14 July 1849. 

s So named after her mother's sister, the wife of Sir John Csesar Hawkins, Bart. ; married 
Benjamin Cherry, Esq., D.L., J.P., of Brickendon Grange, Herts, and had issue. The father 
(see Burke's " Landed Gentry," " Phillpotts of Porthgwidden "), afterwards so eminent as Bishop 
of Exeter, held the living of Stanhope, co. Durham, one of the richest in England, which he 
resigned when appointed to the bishopric of Exeter. He held his canonry till his death. The 
mother (see " The Landed Gentry," " Surtees of Dinsdale ") was bapt. 4 April 1782, at St. John's, 
Newcastle, and younger dau. of William Surtees, Esq., of Seatonburn, Northumberland, and 
niece to the wife of Lord Chancellor Eldon. Mrs. Phillpotts very much disliked the rooks, which 
had their colonies on the beautiful river banks surrounding the Cathedral, and cau.sed their nests 
to be destroyed. It was a curious circumstance that at her death, though they had been absent 
for years, they reappeared. 

' See her burial 21 Feb. 1812 and preceding baptism. 

8 She married at St. Nicholas, 5 Feb. 1850, William Thompson, chemist, of Durham ; she 
died 1 May 1853, and was buried at St. Oswald's. See her father's burial 14 July 1849. 

9 He was third son, Rector of Stoke in Trigishead ; married at Exeter Cathedral, 8 Sep. 1840, 
Georgiana, fourth dau. of Rev. R. F. Hallifax, Rector of Richards Castle, Herefordshire, and 
granddau. of Samuel, Bishop of St. Asaph. See his sister's baptism 2 Dec. 1810. 


potts; College, Durham; Prebendary of the 9*'' Stall; By 
H. Phillpotts. 

1814 Jan. 26 George,^ son of Henry and Deborah Maria Phillpotts ; College, 

Durham ; Prebendary of the 9"' Stall ; By H. Phillpotts. 
Dec. 16 William,- son of Anthony and Elizabeth Tyler ; Porter's Lodge, 
College, Durham; Porter & Verger; By Jn° Clarke. Born 
IVov' 3''' 1814. 

1815 Sep. 26 Arthur Thomas,^ son of Henry and Deborah Maria Phillpotts ; 

College, Durham ; Prebendary of the 9^1' Stall ; by H. Phill- 

1816 July 17 Julia,^ dau. of Henry and Deborah Maria Phillpotts ; College, 

Durham ; Prebendary of the second Stall ; by H. Phillpotts. 
Born June W^ 1816. 

1817 Jan. 10 Eobert,^ son of Prancis and Caroline Baker; College, Durham ; 

Captain in the Royal Navy ; by James Baker. 
Nov. 11 Charles,^ son of Anthony and Elizabeth Tyler ; Porter's Lodge, 

College, Durham ; Porter & Verger ; by D. Haslewood, 

Dec. 12 Caroline Mary Anne,^ dau. of Prancis and Caroline Baker; 

College, Durham ; Captain in the Eoyal Navy ; by James 

Baker. Born Nov. 17. 

1818 Aug. 2 Sibella,^ dau. of Henry and Deborah Maria Phillpotts ; College, 

Durham ; Prebendary of the second Stall ; by Thos. Baker, 
offg Min'-. 

1820 May 15 John Scott,^ son of Henry and Deborah Maria Phillpotts ; Col- 

lege, Durham ; Prebendary of the second Stall ; by D. Durell, 
off- Min''. 

1821 Feb. 9 Amelia Catherine,!'^ dau. of Francis and Caroline Baker; Col- 

lege, Durham ; Captain in the Eoyal Navy ; by James Baker, 
ofEs Min--. 

^ See preceding entry. 

2 Born 3 Nov. 181-i. See his burial 6 Sep. 1825, and his father's 14 July 1849. 

' Born 23 May id. ann. Second-Lieut. Royal Artillery 21 June 1834 ; Pirst-Lieut. 10 Jan. 
1837; Second-Captain 21 May and Captain 30 Nov. 1845 ; Lieut.-Colonel 24 Sep. 1855 ; Brevet- 
Colonel 24 Sep. 1858 ; Colonel 9 Feb. 1865 ; Major-General 6 March 1868 ; rewarded for dis- 
tinguished services. See his sister's baptism 2 Dec. 1810. 

^ See preceding entry. 

* See the father's burial 15 April 1823. The mother, dau. of Dr. Price, Prebendary of 
Durham, was married to Captain Baker at St. Maryleboue, London, 16 Jan. 1816 ; she re-married 
at Millbrook, Southampton, 19 April 1825, Thomas Barrington Tristram, Esq., who died s.p. 

® Born 18 Sep. preceding; married at Marylebone, London, 1 June 1851, Emma, dau. of 
James Rubridge, coachmaker ; died, leaving issue, 30 Sep. 1867, buried at Finchley Cemetery. 

7 She married firstly John C. G. Seymour, Esq., and secondly, 1858, Henry Chaytor, Esq., 
J.P., D.L., of Witton Castle, co. Durham, fourth sou of Sir William Chaytor of Croft, first Bart. ; 
living 1889. See her brother's baptism 10 Jan. 1817. 

» Eecte Sybella ; married 16 July 1836, at St. Maryleboue, London, Rev. Francis Du Boulay, 
Rector of Lawhitton, Cornwall, and had issue. See her sister's baptism 2 Dec. 1810. 

' See preceding entry. 

*" See her brother's baptism 10 Jan. 1817. 


1822 June 4 Elizabeth Jane,^ dau. of William Nicholas and Elizabeth Darnell ; 

College, Durham ; Prebendary ; by W. N. Darnell, offs Min^ 
182-1 Sep. 7 Philip AYheler,i son of William Nicholas and Elizabeth Darnell ; 

College, Durham ; Prebendary ; by W. N. Darnell, offie? Min'-. 
1825 June 3 Thomas Charles,^ sou of William Nicholas and Elizabeth Darnell ; 

College; Prebendary; priv. bapf* Aug. 9, 1824; received 

into the Church by W. N. Darnell, offics Min-- ; born July 25"'. 
1829 Nov. 12 Jane Grrace,i dau. of William Nicholas and Elizabeth Darnell ; 

College, Durham; Prebendary; by W. N. Darnell, offics Min^; 

born Sept^ 8"'. 

1831 June 23 Frederick Dawson,- son of William Stephen and Jane Char- 

lotte Mary Grilly ; College, Durham ; Prebendary ; by G. 
To^\^lsend, offic" Min^^ ; born & privately baptized Feb>' 6, 1831. 

1832 Mar. 12 Anne,-^ dau. of Edward Chaloner and Sophia Ogle ; Sutton 

Benger, Wiltshire, but now resident in the College ; Clerk ; 
by Edward Sneyd, offic" Min''. 
1844 Jan. 28 Alice Anne,^ dau. of William Stephen and Jane Charlotte Mary 

Grilly ; College, Durham ; D.D., Prebendary of Durham Cath^ ; 
by AYilliam Stephen Grilly ; born Jy 26'*^ ; received into the 
Church by the Dean of Durham, March 5**'. 
April 4 Charlotte Georgiana Mary,^ dau. of Henry, Viscount Chelsea, 
and Mary Sarah ; College, Durham ; Grentleman ; Eec'' into 
the Church by Gerald Valerian Wellesley, D.D., Canon of 
Durham Cathedral; privy bapt. Feb. 20"' 1844; born NoV 
27"' 1843. 

1 The father was the Rev. William Nicholas Darnell, B.D. ; he was baptized 16 April 1776, 
at All Saints, Newcastle ; of Christ Church College, Oxford (B.A. 1796, M.A. 1800) ; Rector of 
St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham (June 1809) ; Vicar of Stockton-on-Tees ; Prebendary of Durham 
(Jan. 1816) ; Rector of Stanhope, succeeding Bishop Phillpotts ; died there and was buried at 
Durham Cathedral 24 June 1865, set. 89. The mother was the eldest dau. of the Rev. William 
Bowe, M.A., of Scorton, co. York ; married 15 June 1815 ; buried at the Cathedral 7 April 1864, 
set. 76. [MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 

- The father, William Stephen Gilly, was born 28 Jan. 1789 and baptized the same day at 
Hawkedon ; of Catharine College, Cambridge (B.A. 1812, M.A. 1817, D.D. 1833) ; Rector of 
North Tambridge, Essex, 1817 ; Prebendary of Durham 1825 ; P.C. of Crossgate, Durham, 1828 
(circa) ; Vicar of Northam, Northumberland, 1831, where he died 10 Sep. 1855 and is buried. 
The mother, who was the second wife, was the only dau. of Colonel Samuel Thomas Colberg, 
90th and 58th Regiments; born Nov. 1804 at St. Helier's, Jersey; married at All Saints, 
Langham Place, London, 12 Dec. 1825. Frederick Dawson Gilly was the eldest son of the second 
marriage, born 6 Feb. 1831 ; died at Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, 24 March 1880, s.p. 

•^ Born at Kirkley Hall 19 Jan. preceding. Called Annie-Charlotte in the " Landed Gentry," 
which see. The father, third son of the Rev. John Savile Ogle, D.D., a Prebendary, of Kirkley 
Hall, Northumberland (in which estate this Edward Challoner succeeded him), by his wife (married 
at Southampton 14 Oct. 1794) Catherine Hannah, dau. of Edward Sneyd, Esq., of Dublin. 

* See note above {^) as to parents. She married at Manewden, Essex, 27 Aug. 1878, George 
Holmes Blakesley, Barrister-at-Law, sou of the Very Rev. Joseph Williams Blakesley, B.D., 
Dean of Lincoln. 

5 See her parents' marriage 13 July 1836. She married at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 14 July 
1874, Rev. Maynard Wodehouse Currie, who died 1887. 


1845 Nov. 30 Charles Pudsey,^ sou o£ William Stephen aud Jane Charlotte 

Mary Gilly ; College, Durham ; Canon of Durham Cathedral ; 
by AVilliam Stephen Gilly. 

1846 Sep. 16 Frederick John,~ sou of John and Maria Thomas ; College, 

Dui-ham ; Clerk ; by J. B. Chester. 

1847 Feb. 10 Bertram Savile,'^ son of Arthur and Caroline Amelia Ogle ; Col- 

lege, Durham ; Officer in the Army ; by The Very Rev"^ George 
Waddington, Dean of Durham. Born Dec"" 24"' 1846. 

1849 Jan. 1 George Charlton Leugers Barnard,^ sou of George Fyler and 

Georgina Townsend ; College, Durham ; Vicar of Branting- 
ham ; by George Townsend, D.D., Canon of Durham. Born 
July 18th 1848. 

1850 Sep. 10 Lucy Elizabeth,'^ dau. of William and Frances Darnell ; College, 

Durham ; Minister of Bamburgh ; by H. Exeter. 

* See note (-) p. 29, as to parents. 

^ Born 5 Aug. preceding ; died unmarried 28 Dec. 1876, and buried in Addington Churchyard, 
Croydon. The father, the Rev. John Thomas, D.C.L., Trinity College, Oxon (Exhibitions at 
Wadham 1828 and 1829; Craven Scholar 1829; Scholar of Trinity 1830; Latin Verse Prize 
1832 ; Vineriau Scholar 1834), was Fellow and Tutor of Durham University ; Canon of Canter- 
bury 1862. He is son of Thomas Thomas, Esq., of Cefncethin, Carmarthenshire, D.L. and J.P., 
and was born 23 Sep. 1810 ; living 1878. The mother was Maria, youngest dau. of John Bird 
Sumner, Prebendary of Durham and Bishop of Chester, and afterwards (1848 — 1862) Archbishop 
of Canterbury, by his wife Marianne, dau. of Captain George Robertson, R.N. ; she was married 
6 June 1842 at St. George's, Hanover Square, by her uncle the Bishop of Winchester; she died 
1 Feb. 1862, and was buried in Addington Churchyard. 

^ Eldest son, born 24 Dec. 1846; of Alveston House, Gloucestershire, and Hill House, Steeple 
Aston, CO. Oxford, J. P., Barrister-at-Law ; married, 1885, Edith, elder dau. and coheiress of Arthur 
Edward Somerset, Esq., son of Lord Arthur Somerset, son of Henry, fifth Duke of Beaufort, K.G. 
The father. Major in the Army (late 9th Regiment), was seventh son of the Prebendary (see 
baptism of 12 March 1832), and died 28 Dec. 1878. The mother (married 10 Sep. 1844) was 
fifth dau. of Vice-Admiral William Lechmere of Hill House aforesaid, co. Oxford, died 21 May 

■• Eldest son and second child, a Paymaster R.N. ; living unmarried 1877. The father (son of 
Rev. George Townsend, D.D., Prebendary, whose burial see 28 Nov. 1857) was born 12 May and 
bapt. 7 July 1814 at Littleport, Isle of Ely ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, MA. and D.C.L. by 
the Archbishop of Canterbury 1876 ; Vicar of Leominster 1857 — 1802, and Incumbent of St. 
Michael's, Covent Garden, 1862. He married at St. Maurice's, York, 1 May 1845, Georgina 
(living 1877), second dau. of John Ditmas of Walkington Manor, co. York, Esq., formerly an 
Officer 27th Regiment, a colour of which he carried at Waterloo. Their other children are 
1, Georgina-Elizabeth-Frances, born 30 Nov. 1846, aud baptized 2 Feb. 1847 at Camberwell, 
, Surrey ; 3, James-Frederick, born 9 Feb. aud baptized 12 May 1850 at Ellerker, co. York, who 
married 27 Sep. 1877, at St. Sampson's, York, Henrietta-Marian, eldest dau. of Captain William- 
Frederick-Lowrie, Governor of York Castle, and formerly 63rd Regiment ; 4, Charlotte- 
Constance-Spenser, born 26 Sep. and baptized 7 Oct. 1852 at Brantingham, co. York ; 5, Charles- 
John-Henry-Fyler, born 12 and baptized 26 Oct. 1854 at Belfry Church, York ; 6, Mabel-Surtees, 
born 30 Jan. and baptized 25 March 1856 at Ellerker ; 7, Stephen-Chapman, born Oct. and bap- 
tized 26 Dec. 1859. 

^ The father was the Rev. William Darnell, born 19 Nov. 1816 at Stockton Vicarage ; of Christ 
Church, Oxford (B.A. 1838, M.A. 1843); Vicar of Bamburgh, Northumberland; J.P. The 
mother was the eldest dau. of the Ven. Charles Thorp, D.D., Archdeacon and Prebendary of 
Durham, and Rector of Ryton ; married at Ryton 2 Jan. 1844. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 


1853 Jan. 6 Mary Chri^tine,^ dan. of Edward and Elizabeth Greatorex ; The 

Grove, Durham ; Minor Canon and Sacrist of Durham ; by 
Edw'^ Greatorex, Sacrist. 
Nov. 30 Edward Harcourt,- son of Edward and Ehzabeth Greatorex ; 
The Grove, Durham ; Minor Canon and Sacrist of Durham ; 
by Edw"^ Greatorex, Sacrist. 

1854 Feb. 8 Heury Edmonds,^ son of Henry and Ehzabeth Margaret Anne 

Holden ; Eellasis, Durham ; Head Master of the Durham 
Grammar School; by Edw*^ Greatorex, Sacrist. Born Dec. 17'^ 

1855 July 25 Elizabeth Antonia,^ dau. of Edward and Elizabeth Greatorex ; 

The Grove, Durham ; Minor Canon and Sacrist of Durham ; 
received into the Church by Edw'' Greatorex, Sacrist ; privately 
baptized July 16*''. 
185G Oct. 20 Louisa Maria, ^ dau. of John George and Frederica Louisa 

Edwards ; Pittington Vicarage ; Yicar of Pittington ; received 
into the Church by Edw'' Greatorex, Sacrist ; privately bap- 
tized in Scotland Sept. 8*'\ 

1858 Jan. 25 Annie Maude,^ dau. of Edward and Elizabeth Greatorex ; The 

Grove, Durham ; Minor Canon and Sacrist of Durham ; by 
Edw'' Greatorex, Sacrist. 

1859 Oct. 8 Ceciha,'' dau. of Edward and Ehzabeth Greatorex; The Grove, 

Durham ; Minor Canon and Sacrist of Durham ; by Edw*! 
Greatorex, Sacrist. 

1860 Feb. 17 Beatrice Blandina,^ dau. of Henry and Georgiana Bailey Holden ; 

' Living unmarried 1889. The father (living 1889) of Pembroke College, Oxon (E.A. 1845 ; 
M.A. 1848), Minor Canon and successively Sacrist, Librarian, and Precentor of the Cathedral, 
1862—1872, and afterwards Rector of Croxdale, was born 1823 at Burton-on-Trent, the youngest 
son of Thomas Greatorex, Esq. (see the burial of his widow 30 July 1868), who was born in 1758. 
[It is remarkable that a man, born in the reign of George II., should have a son taking his 
degree in 1845.] The mother (married 8 July 1851, at St. Mary-the-Less) was the third dau., 
by his second wife, of the Venerable Charles Thorp, Archdeacon of Durham and Rector of Ryton- 
on-Tyne ; she died 1888, and is buried at Croxdale. 

- In Holy Orders ; living 1896 unmarried. See preceding entry. 

' The father was born 7 July 1814, baptized at St. Martin's ; of Balliol College, Oxford ; 
matriculated 30 Nov. 1832 (B.A. 1837, M.A. 1839, B.D. and D.D. 1857); Hon. Canon of Durham 
1867 ; Head Master of Uppingham Grammar School 1845 — 1853, of Durham Cathedral School 
1853—1882 ; Rector of South Lutfenham, Rutland, in 1881. The mother, who was the first wife, 
was Elizabeth Margaret Anne Edmonds. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

•* Living unmarried 1896. See her sister's baptism 6 Jan. 1853. 

5 Born 26 Aug. preceding ; living unmarried 1876. The father (Trinity College, Cambridge), 
son of Canon Edwards (whose burial see 8 April 18G2), was born 27 May 1822, and baptized at 
Warboys, Hunts ; he became Vicar of Pittington 1854, and is buried there, dying 16 Oct. 1862. 
The mother was dau. of Thomas Octavius Powles, Esq., of London (son, by his second wife, of 
John Diston Powles, who had a grant of arms), and was married at Hackney 31 Aug. 1854; 
living at Bury St. Edmunds 1876. 

® Living unmarried 1896. See her sister's baptism 6 Jan. 1853. 

" Living unmarried 1896. See last entry. 

* See note above (^) as to the father. The mother was the second wife Georgiana Bailey 
Aldham. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 


Bellasis, Durham ; Head Master of the Durham Grammar 
School ; by Edw'' Grreatorex, Sacrist. 

1861 June 24. Eose,i dau. of Henry and Greorgiana Bailey Holden; Bellasis, 

Durham ; Head Master of the Durham Grrammar School ; by 
Edw'^ Greatorex, Sacrist. 

1862 Mar. 25 Constance Maryr dau. of Edward and Elizabeth Greatorex; 

The Grove, Durham ; Minor Canon and Sacrist of Durham j 
by Edw'' Greatorex, Sacrist. 
Aug. 11 Florence Tovey,'' dau. of Henry and Georgiana Bailey Holden ; 
Bellasis, Durham; Head Master of the Durham Grammar 
School ; by Edw<i Greatorex, Sacrist. 

1863 Sep. 19 Josephine Eanny,^ dau. of Henry and Georgiana Bailey Holden; 

Bellasis, Durham; Head Master of the Durham Grammar 
School ; by J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 

1864 May 15 Charles Thorp,^ son of Edward and Elizabeth Greatorex ; The 

Grove, Durham ; Minor Canon and Precentor of Durham ; by 
J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. Whitsunday. 

1865 Mar. 18 Yere,^ daughter of Henry and Georgiana Bailey Holden ; Bellasis, 

Durham ; Head Master of the Durham Grammar School ; by 
J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 

1866 May 14 Georgiana,^ daughter of Henry and Georgiana Bailey Holden ; 

Bellasis, Durham; Head Master of the Durham Grammar 
School ; by J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 

1867 July 29 Margaret,^ daughter of Benjamin Charles and Margaret Caffin ; 

South St. ; Second Master of the Durham Grammar School ; 
by J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 

Oct. 5 Hyla,8 son of Henry and Georgiana Bailey Holden ; Bellasis, 
Durham ; Head Master of the Durham Grammar School ; by 
J. C. Lowe, Sacrist ; born Sep. 14. 

Nov. 7 Hilda Diana,^ daughter of Henry Evelyn and Caroline Howley 
Turner Oakeley ; Bishop Cosin's Hall, Durham ; H.M. In- 
spector of Schools ; by J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 

' See note (») p. 31. 

2 Living unmarried 1889. See her sister's baptism 6 Jan. 1853. 

3 See her sister's baptism 17 Feb. 1860. 

* A chrisom child. See his burial 3 Dec. 1865. 

5 See her burial 23 Aug. 1865, and her sister's baptism 17 Feb. 1860. 

« See her sister's baptism 17 Feb. 1860. 

' Eldest child. The father (died 1895) appointed Second Master of the Grammar School 
1862, and Vicar of Northallerton Jan. 1877 ; he is son of William Caffin of Blackheath, Kent, by 
Bethia, dau. of George Crawford, Lieut. E.A., and is brother of the late Admiral Sir James 
Crawford Caffin, K.C.B. 

8 See her sister's baptism 17 Feb. 1860. 

9 Born 12 Oct. preceding. The father, born 1833, Her Majesty's Senior Inspector of Schools, 
formerly Fellow and Senior Mathematical Lecturer of Jesus College, Cambridge, is third son of 
the Rev. Sir Herbert Oakeley, third Bart., Prebendary of St. Paul's. The mother (married 6 Sep. 
1862) dau. of William Hallows Belli, Esq., Bengal Civil Service, by his wife, a sister of Dr. Wil- 
liam Howley, Archbishop of Canterbury. 


18(39 Feb. 20 Eachel Belasyse,^ daughter of Henry and Greorgiana Bailey 

Holden ; Bellasis, Durham ; Head Master of the Durham 
Grammar School ; by J. C Lowe, Sacrist. 

18/0 Jan. 6 Ernest Grregory,- son of Benjamin Charles and Margaret Caffin ; 
South St. ; Second Master of the Durham Grammar School ; 
by Edward Greatorex, Precentor. 
July 13 Eosamond,^ daughter of Joseph and Eosamond "Waite ; Uni- 
versity College ; Master of University College ; by Thos. 
Saunders Evans, Canon of Cath. Durh. 

1871 Feb. 9 Sophia Louisa,^ dan. of John and Georgiana Lambton Cham- 

bers ; South Bailey, Durham ; Head Master, Saudbach Gram. 
Sch., Cheshire ; by J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 

Aug. 1(3 Marie Louise,^ dau. of Louis Bernard and Eleonore de Karp ; 
South Bailey, Durham ; Professor of Modem Languages, 
Durham University, by J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 

Aug. 30 Arthur,^ son of Joseph and Eosamond Waite ; University Col- 
lege ; Master of University College ; by George Bland, Arch- 
deacon of Northumberland. 

1872 Oct. 25 Henry, son of Eobert and Eebecca Jon ; College ; gardener to 

Archdeacon Brest ; by J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 
1874 May 13 Norman,^ son of WiUiam Henry and Frances Henrietta Eobert- 

son ; South St. ; Minor Canon and Sacrist of D" Cath' ; by 
W. H. Eobertson, Sacrist. 

1 See her sister's baptism 17 Feb. 18G0. 

- See his sister's baptism 29 July 1867. 

^ Born 15 June preceding; died at Norham and was buried there. The father (see his 
brother's burial 7 Feb. 1848) born 1824 ; formerly Fellow and Tutor and afterwards ;Master of 
University College, Durham, which he resigned on becoming Vicar of Norham Jan. 1873 ; is 
Hon. D.D. of his University ; living 1896. The mother (married at St. Mary-le-Bow 7 Sep. 
1869), born 1851, is elder dau. of Rev. Thomas Saunders Evans, Canon of Durham and Professor 
of Greek in that University. 

^ The father (M.A. St. John's College, Cambridge) then Mathematical Master at the Grammar 
School. The mother, who was married at St. Mary the Less 31 Dec. 1885, was the dau. of Tho- 
mas Marsden, Procter of Durham. See his burial 3 July 1857. 

'= Born 2 July preceding. The father, a teacher of foreign languages in Durham, born 14 
June 1824, son of Maurice de Karp of Lille, France, by his wife Augusta de Felice; he died 
26 April 1876, and is buried at Bournemouth. The mother Eleanora, dau. of Dr. J. G. Baiter, of 
Zurich, Switzerland, by his wife Susanna Drummond, was married at St. John's, Netting Hill, 
Middlesex, 12 July 1870 ; living at Zurich 1877. 

« Living 1889. See his sister's baptism 13 July 1870. 

7 Born 20 April preceding ; living 1889. The father, born at Buxton, Derbyshire, 14 Feb. 
1840, was son of William Henry Robertson, Esq., M.D., F.R.C.P., J.P., of Buxton, by his wife 
Eliza, dau. of John Slater Gill, of Chesterfield, same county ; of Christ Church, Oxon (B.A. 1863 ; 
M.A. 1866) ; successively Curate of Thorpe Mandeville and Houghton-le-Spring ; Minor Canon of 
Durham Sep. 1866 and Sacrist 20 Nov. 1872, and also Sub-Librarian ; he died 2 Aug. 1885 at 
Buxton, and is buried at the Cathedral Cemetery, Durham. The mother Frances Henrietta, 
second dau. of the late Rev. Francis Jones, M.A., Oriel College, Oxon, and Vicar of Moreton 
Pinkney, Northamptonshire, by his wife Mary Anne Georgiana (living 1896 at Durham), dau. of 
Lieut.-Colonel Peter Taylor Roberton, of Tiverton, Devon, by his wife Mary, dau. of Vice- 
Admiral Sir William Parker, first Bart., of the Harburn family. 



1875 June 28 Marion Adela/ dau. o£ Henry Evelyn and Caroline Howley 

Turner Oakeley ; North Bailey ; H.M. Inspector of Schools ; 

by W. H. E-ubertson, Sacrist. 
187G Sep. 19 Eleanor Mary,- dau. of William Lyall and Mary Gertrude 

Holland ; The College ; late Vicar of S* Peter's, Auckland ; 

by H. B. Tristram, Canon. 

1877 Jan. 20 Hilda, '^ dau. of William Henry and Erances Henrietta Robertson ; 

South St. ; Minor Canon and Sacrist of Durham Cathedral ; 
by W. H. E,obertson, Sacrist. 

1878 Aug. 31 Archibald Harvey, son of William Henry Robertson and Frances 

Henrietta his wife. 

1879 April (j Gerald Edward,^ son of Gerald Rivers Maltby, Gentleman, and 

Hercy Eliza Cecilia his wife. 

1880 Aug. 15 Allan Aylmer, son of John George Wilson, Gentleman, and 

Anne Louisa his wife. 
1883 April 22 James Arthur, son of James Hinson, Coachman, and Isabella his 

1885 Mar. 19 Dorothy Kate Gwyllyam, dau. of Henry William Watkins, Arch- 

deacon of Durham, and Kate Mary Margaret his wife. 
Nov. 28 Mary Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel Blackwell Guest WiUiams, Clerk 
in Holy Orders, Second Master of the Grammar School, and 
Catherine his wife. (Born at Cornhill on Tweed Rectory 
Sep. 11, 1885.) 

1886 Oct. 18 Helen Margaret Gwyllyam, dau. of Henry William Watkins, 

Archdeacon of Durham, and Kate Mary Margaret his wife. 
Dec. 10 Warren Kirkham, son of Samuel Blackwell Guest Williams and 
Catherine his wife. (Born at Durham Nov. 11, 1886.) 

1888 Feb. 20 Alyn Arthur, son of Samuel Blackwell Guest Williams and 

Catherine his wife. (Born in Durham Jan. 22, 1888.) 

1889 Sep. 19 Wynne Austin, son of Samuel Blackwell Guest Williams and 

Catherine his wife. (Born in Durham Aug. 10, 1889.) 
1891 Aug. 17 Edmund Nelson May, son of George William Anson Eirth, 

Sacrist of Durham Cathedral, and Louisa Caroline his wife. 

(Born July 10, 1891.) 
1893 Feb. 5 Geoffi'ey Leonard, son of Percy John Heawood, M.A. Oxon, 

Mathematical Lecturer in the University of Durham, and 

Christiana his wife. (Born at Durham Jan. 5, 1893.) 
April 4 Richard Howard, son of Samuel Blackwell Guest Williams, and 

Catherine his wife. (Born at Durham Feb. 27, 1893.) 

^ Born 4 June 1875. See her sister's baptism 7 Nov. 1867. 

2 The father, M.A., sometime British Chaplain at Riga ; now Vicar of Cornhill, Northumber- 
land. The mother eldest dau. of Henry Baker Tristram, LL.D., F.R.S. (Lincoln College, 
Oxford, B.A. 1844 ; M.A. 1846) ; Canon of Durham ; the eminent naturalist and author, 
by his wife Frances-Eliza Bowlby. She was married at Greatham, co. Durham, 1 Nov. 1872. 

^ Born 22 Dec. preceding ; living 1889. See her brother's baptism 13 May 1874. 

'* Gerald Rivers Maltby was son of Rev. Henry Maltby, Rector of EgglesclifFe and Canon of 
Durham, who was son of Edward Maltby, Bishop of Durham. 


1894 Oct. 24 Christian Floreuce,^ dau. of John Henry Eden, Lieut.-Colonel 
H.M. Army, and Florence his wife. 

189o July 31 Sybil Frances Eleanor, dau. of Edward Jepson, Doctor in Medi- 
cine and Mayor of Durham, and Jessie Maria his wife. 
AH Saints' Day (Nov. 1) Grwendolen Edith Grwyllyam, dau. of Henry 
AVilliam Watkins, Archdeacon of Durham, and Kate Mary 
Margaret his Avife. 

• John Heiir^' Eden was son of Rev. John Patrick Eden, Rector of Sedgfield and Hon. Canon 
of Durham, who was grandson of Sir Robert Eden, Bart. 



Feb. 3 


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Jan. 28 


June 10 


Jan. 22 

Feb. 7 


Alice Sugar maried to Matthew Blunt, of Newcastle. 

Jo. Johnson, of Newcastle, and Barbaire Reedshaw, of Gaitshed. 

Tho. Tyler, lay singing man of this church, and Anne Sheffeild, 

Mr. Robert Eden and M"^ [blank'] Millet. 

Henricus Smith,' armiger, uxorem duxit Elizabethan! Chapman. 
Johannes Wright uxorem duxit Saram Dodsworth. 
Anthonius Thompson,- regrarius Dunelmensis, uxorem duxit 
Aliciam Groodayre. 
1632 Feb. 11 Johannes Vasius,^ generosus, uxorem duxit Franciscam, filiam 
M" Fardinandi Morecroft, hujus Cathedralis ecclesise p'^ben- 
Feb. 19 Thomas Burrell,* Artiu' magister, Episcopi Dunelmensis vicarius 
in siiiritualibus & cancellarius, uxorem duxit Annam Chajmian, 
Decani Dunelmensis priuignam. 
1637 June 29 Anthonius Maxson,^ ecclesia Cathedralis dunelme'ss, uxorem 
duxit Jane fetherstenhailgh, vidua'. 
Jan. 30 Robertus Aisley,^ generosus, uxore' duxit Joanna', filiam m" 

' He of West Herrington, co. Pal., Esq., Counsellor-at-Law ; was aged 6 iu 1615, when his 
father (whose burial see 17 Dec. 1631) entered his pedigree at St. George's Visitation. She dau. 
of Mrs. Hunt, the Dean's wife, by her first husband Seth Chapman, of Edmundsbury, gent., and 
is mentioned in her mother's will 16 .May 1645. Their dau. Philadelphia married "William 
Cooper, gent., of Scarborough, and had a dau. and coheiress Mar}^ wife of Dr. John Smith, the 
Prebendary. See baptism of 25 Oct. Ifiye. 

- He sou of Mr. Thompson, of Crossgate, and baptized there. See the marriage of his grand- 
dau., Mary Church, 30 Nov. 1676. 

■^ ["Mrs. Joan : wifl'e of ni'' John Vasey, gen.," buried 2 Nov. 1631, St. Oswald's.] 

■* He {recte Burwell), LL.D. and Chancellor of the diocese, was aged 63 in 1666 ; buried at 
St. Margaret's, Westminster, 25 March 16/3, set. 70. She the dau. by her first husband, Seth 
Chapman, of Edmundsbury, gent., of Mrs. Hunt, wife of Dr. Richard Hunt, the Dean (avIiosb 
burial see 3 Nov. 1638). See her burial 28 March 1640, and the baptisms of two children 20 June 

•' He Rector of Middleton Teesdale and Wolsinghani ; he married firstly, 10 May 1617, Anne 
(baptized 21 Jan. 1597-8 at Ryton), dau. of Ambrose Dudley, of Chopwell, co. Pal., Esq., by his 
wife Isabel, dau. of Richard Greuville, of Wootton, Bucks. She was buried at St. Andrew's, 
Auckland, 6 Jan. 1678-9. 

** He was of Coves-houses, near Stanhope, co. Pal., gent. ; she (second wife) dau. of the Rev. 
Ferdinand Morecroft, Prebendary. See the baptism of their dau. 11 Dec. 1638. 


Ferdinandi Moi'ecroft, hujus Cathedralis ecclesia? pre- 
1639 Nov. 28 Jacobus Moorecroft,^ clericus, uxorem duxit Frauciscaiu Siid- 


1641 Oct. 23 Jacobus Foster ux. duxit Jana' Hall ; per lie. pet. 
Oct. 28 Mattha?us Hall uxore' duxit Isabella' Smith. 

1642 Sep. 6 Thomas Thynne,- Miles, uxorem duxit Stewartam, vena'*' viri 

Gualteri Ballcanquall, hujus ecclesise decani, fiHam. 
1654 April 20 John Walton,-^ Alderman, and Marye James. 

1662 June 24 Samuell Bolton, '^ minor Cannon of this church, and Sarah daughter 

of m'' Elias Smith, minor can'on of the same ; it being mid- 
somer day. 

1663 Oct. 15 Thomas Davison'^ and Mary Nailor. 

1664 July 9 Willia' Metcalfe et An Eobson, of the parish of Bronspeth. 

Eli. Smith. 
July 27 Eobert Dand et Alee Embleton, of the parish of Shilbottle. 

EH. Smith. 
Aug. 16 Richard Wrench, prebend of this church, and An Baddelay. 
Sep. 6 John Harison, of Elwick parish, et Ann Patteson. Eli. Smith. 
Sep. 12 Rowland Kell et Mary Hubbocke, de Billingha'. 
Oct. 27 Mr. Thomas Bellay, of the parish of all Saints in Newcastle, and 

Jane Burton, of the parish of Catherick in Yorkshire. Eh. 


^ He Vicar of Heighingtou, co. Pal. ; she davi. and heir of Michael Suddick, of Monk-Hesilden, 
yeoman. She re-married the Rev. Gilbert Wildbore, Vicar of Heighiugton. 

- Sir Thomas Thynne Avas youngest sou of Sir Thomas Thynne, of Longleat, Wilts, Knt. 
(ancestor of the present Marquess of Bath), by his first wife Maria, dau. of George Touchet, 
eighteenth Lord Audley. Stuarta Balcanquall was dau. and coheir of Dean Walter Balcauquall. 
See the baptism of their first child 21 July 1643. Sir Thomas and Stuarta (who was first wife) 
were parents also of Thomas Thyune, who eventually succeeded to Longleat, and is so well known 
to posterity as " Tom of Ten Thousand." In a list published circa 1655 Dean Balcanquall (his 
name was spelt in many different ways), then deceased, appears as having compounded for his 
estate for Dame Elizabeth Hammond his late wife. Lady Hammond was dau. of Anthony 
Aucher, of Bishopsbourue, Esq. (by Margaret, dau. of Edwin Sandys, Archbishop of York), and 
widow of Sir William Hammond, of St. Albau's Court, Kent, Knt., and was married at Bishops- 
bourne 21 Sep. 1624 to Dr. Balcanquall, who became Dean of Durham in 1639. He was of 
Pembroke Hall, Cambridge. In 1640 he, with the rest of the Cathedral clergy, fled before the 
invading army of the Scottish Insurgents, the Bishop himself retiring to Yorkshire. The Dean 
died 25 Dec. 1645, and was buried at Chirk, co. Denbigh. [The Durham baptismal registers 
afford numerous evidences of this incursion of " Scotishemen," and many of the " baise-begotten " 
children of that time are, rightly or wrongly, assigned to both officers and men.] 

^ He a mercer, son of Hugh Walton, draper, several times Mayor of Durham, and in 1615, 
when he had a grant of arms from St. George ; she dau. of William James, the Prebendary, 
whose burial see 21 Jan. 1659-60. 

■* He died June 1681. [Robert Bolton occurs as hypodidasculus 1595 — 1600.] She died 
1691. See her father's burial 9 Dec. 1676 ; see the baptisms of their children 17 March 1662-3 and 
21 Dec. 1664. 

^ He Vicar of Norton, co. Pal. ; she dau. of the Rev. Joseph Najdor, Prebendary. See the 
baptism of her brother 18 Dec. 1637. 


1664 Nov. 15 Mr. N'icliolaus Conyers^ et Margarett Tempest, widdow. 

Jan. 2 Johu Powler et An Hall, of the parish of Gainf orth ; with 

1665 May 16 Christopher Stoddert," de Hellen Aukland, et Frances Heron. 
Feb. 9 Ottiwell Ryder and Elizabeth Gouerueger, of S* Andrew Auk- 
land ; having a licence. 

1666 April 25 Willia' Wood, of the parish of Gisbrough, et Elizabeth Dowth- 

waite, of the parish of all S*' in Newcastle. 
May 14 William Sands and Margarett Portesse, the one in the parish of 

Darlington, the other of Smeeton. 
May 22 John Litster, of Hart parish, and An Walker, of Sedgfield parish. 
June 11 Willia' Agar et An Crawforth, being both of the parish of Bpp 

weremouth ; w*'' Licence. 
Sep. 4 Thomas Fowler and Isabell Bracke, both of Meriugton parish. 
Oct. 13 Willia' Smith, de BiDinga', et An Boyce, of Hart ; w"' Licence. 
Nov. 27 John Thompson et An Emerson, both of the parish of Stanhope ; 

with licence. D^' Basiere. 
Nov. 29 Thomas Stoddert et Jane Jurdison, both of Easington parish; 

with licence. 

1667 April 27 Thomas Knaggs, de Whitworth, uxorem duxit Isabellam Iley. 
May 4 Christopherus Ward, de Sockburn, uxorem duxit Catherina' 

May 6 Joh'is Harison uxorem duxit Margaretam Ainsley. 
May 25 Joh'is Huntley uxorem duxit Dorotheam Wilson. 
May 28 Carolus Middleton, de Gateshead, uxorem duxit Aunam Jurdison. 
May 28 Eichardus Todde, de Novocastro, uxorem duxit Barbariam 

June 5 Georgius Kipling,^ hujus Eccl'se virgifer, uxore' duxit Alicia' 

July 10 Thomas Greenwell^ uxorem duxit Janam Ayre, de Wolsingha', 

Sep. 21 Nicholaus Barvvick,'^ Generosus, uxorem duxit Hellenen Green. 
Oct. 5 Nicholaus Farrow uxorem duxit Mariam Farrow, viduam. 
Jan. 5 Thomas Lowther and Margaret White. 
Feb. 3 John Yappe'^ and EUenor Hilton. 

1668 April 11 Will' Oliver and Jane Sidwick ; w*h a Licence. 

' Marj^, their eldest child, was baptized at St. Mary's 10 J uly 1665. 

' He was son of Christopher Stothard, and baptized at St. Helen's Auckland. The eldest 
child of this marriage, Margaret, was baptized there 18 March 1665-6, and Frances and Barbara 


3 See his burial 26 July 1670. She dau. of John Spenceley, chandler, was baptized 6 April 

1843 at St. Nicholas. 

^ Also entered in Wolsiugham Register. The Greenwells, a numerous clan, were seated at 
Greenwell in Wolsingham parish from the twelfth century. The first volume of the register is 

* See his burial 7 Dec. 1687. 

6 See his burial 2 Dec. 1691, and hers 4 Aug. 1718. 


1668 April 14 Greorge Dunn and Merriell Pattison. 

Sep. 8 Gulielmus Taylor uxorem duxit Margaretam Williamson, viduam. 

Sep. 28 Johannes Burnet uxorem duxit Mariam Bell. 

Jan. 14? Johannes Jeckell uxorem duxit Elizabethan! Wood, viduam. 

1669 May 20 Johannes Grray uxorem duxit Elizabethan! Hopper. 
May 22 Henry Nateby and Mary Key. 

June 19 Matthseus Brewer uxorem duxit Ai!nam Shawter. 

July 2 Thomas Watson uxorem duxit Isabellaii! Em'erson. 

July 17 Eobertus Wilson uxorem duxit Annan! Thomson. 

July 24 Henricus Arrowsn!ith uxorem duxit Mariam Kirtley. 

July 27 Josephus Hosdei! uxorem duxit Isabellam Murton, vidua'. 

Aug. 2 Johannes Harriso!! uxorem duxit Elizabethan! Smith. 

Aug. 7 Johai!nes Sparke !ixorem duxit Ai!nam Allinson. 

Sep. 25 Christopherus Paxtoi! uxorem duxit Jai!am Reed. 

Sep. 27 Gulielmus Anderson uxorem duxit Ani!am Johnson. 

Oct. 2 Ai!toi!ius Harrison uxorem duxit Mariam Suretyes. 

Oct. 9 Gulielmus Paxtoi!^ uxorem duxit Barbarian! Taylor. 

Oct. 11 Thomas Chapi!!au uxorem duxit Margaretam Maddisoi!. 

Oct. 28 Georgius Johnson uxorem duxit Dorotheam Bradford. 

Nov. 3 Joha!!i!es Davison uxorem duxit Elizabethan! Arrowsmith. 

Nov. 11 Johannes Midford- uxoreu! duxit Dorotheam Scruton. 

Nov. 14 Gulielmus Wright uxorem duxit Elizabethan! Langstaffe. 

Dec. 11 Anthonius Ayre, Katherinam Garfoote de Woolsii!ga' duxit 


Dec. 16 Michael Welsh uxorem duxit Annam Moore. 

Dec. 29 Thomas Westgarth uxorem duxit Saram Meggison. 

Dec. 29 Christopher Messenger uxorem duxit Elizabetha' Story. 

Jan. 25 Eobertus Melbanke uxorem duxit Ellenorai!! Harrison. 

Feb. 7 Eobertus Lambe-^ uxorem duxit Erai!ciscam Airsoi!. 

Eeb. 8 Johan'es Shepheardson uxorem duxit Elizabetham Smith. 

Eeb. 13 Jacobus Harrison uxorem duxit Elizabetham Cooper. 

Feb. 18 Johai!iies Mudspeth uxorem duxit Annam Currye. 

Mar. 10 Johannes Gargrave uxorem duxit Franciscam White. 
1670 April 6 Nicolaus Kendall uxorem duxit Annam Eaine. 

April 17 Johai!nes Simpson uxorem duxit Aliciam Peverell. 
April 21 Gulielmus Kitchmg uxorem duxit Elizabetham Savage. 
April 23 Gulielmus Mason uxorem duxit Janam Dunn. 
May Gulielmus Darnetoi! uxorem duxit Susannam Baii!bridge. 

May 23 Christopherus Bell uxore' duxit Ai!i!am Mickleton.-*' 

1 He a mercer. Baptisms of their children occur at St. Nicholas. 

2 Also recorded in Bow Register. See his burial 4 Oct. 1704, and hers 18 Feb. 1684-5. 

^ He the son of John Lamb, of Durham, was baptized 14 June 1642, was a tobacconist and 
Alderman (chosen 10 April 1704) ; free of the Weavers' Company. He died 2nd and was buried 
3rd June 1705 in St. Nicholas Church. Will dated 28 April 1705. His wife the dau. of Alder- 
man John Airson, of Durham ; she was baptized 21 June 1646> ; buried 12 Feb. 1685-6. [MS. 

Ped. by E. A. W.] 

* She was dau. of Christopher Mickleton, of Durham, Attorney-at-Law (whose burial see 
29 Aug. 1669), by his second wife Anne Dodshon. See her burial 6 Dec, 1737. 



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Christopb. Hawdon duxit Janam Grilpin. 

Georgius Nicholson, Elizabetham Harrison uxore' duxit. 

Grulielmus Chipcbase uxorem duxit Janam "Wbeatbey. 

David Ells^ uxorem duxit Margaretam Willson. 

Robertus Peverell uxorem duxit EUenoram Sbaw. 

Simonus Pattison uxorem duxit Annam Buttler. 

Georgius Johnson uxorem duxit Janam Lackenby. 

Johannes Day uxorem duxit Elizabetham Makins. 

Gulielmus Watson uxorem duxit Elizabetham Sheraton. 

Johannes Dent uxorem duxit Margaretam Eainbridge. 

Jerimiah Hobson uxorem duxit Annam Reed. 

Nathaniel Robinson uxorem duxit Franciscam Clayton. 

Petrus Taylor uxorem duxit Janam Mason. 

Radulphus Moon uxorem duxit Franciscam Harperley. 

Gulielmus Johnson duxit Margeriam Raddon. 

Richardus Wilson uxorem duxit Janam Elstob. 

Richardus Heighley uxorem Thomasinam Parkins duxit. 

Gulielmus Peverell duxit Annam Oliver. 

Richardus Coultman, Annam Blithman, viduam, duxit. 

Joseph AVilliamstone, Margaretam Bromwell uxore' duxit. 

Johannes Wright uxorem duxit Aliciam Sampson. 

Jacobus Snawdon, Magdalena' Horsman duxit. 

Johannes Harrison uxorem duxit Mariam Lynn. 

Richardus Arrundell^ uxorem duxit Margeriam Smurthwaite. 

Gulielmus Johnson uxorem duxit Trotham Lambe. 

Gulielmus Doeshon, Margaretam Renton uxorem duxit. 

Lancelotus Maughan, Annam Mowbrey duxit. 

Henricus Wheldon duxit Elizabetham Hutchison. 

Richardus Marshall uxorem duxit Mariam Adamson. 

Richardus Hawdon duxit Annam Dunne. 

Michaell Burnop uxorem duxit Mariam Atkin. 

Robertus Swaineston, Eden Fowler duxit. 

Randulphus Adamson uxorem duxit Isabellam Hutchinson. 

Georgius Emmerson uxorem duxit Janam RusseUs. 

Gulielmus Allenson duxit Jannam Shafto. 

Radulphus Middleton uxorem duxit Hannam Bateman. 

Thomas Grim uxorem duxit Isabellam Dossy, paro. de Weare- 

mouth ep. 
Anth. Johnson uxorem duxit Marg'tam Watson. 
Edvardus Kirkby,^ Eccli'ae Cathedralis Dunelm. Minor Cauonicus, 

uxorem duxit Eliz. Thompson. 
Joh'es Pickering uxorem duxit Bridgetta' Carr. 
Will'us Munday uxorem duxit Jana' Pallacer. 

1 See his burial 2 Oct. 1681. This was his second marriage. 
- The name of Arundell frequently occurs in St. Nicholas Registers. 
& Alice Bullmer " were married 11 May 1641 at St. Oswald's.] 
3 See his burial 19 March 1668-9. 

[" Christopher Arundell 


1675 April 7 Eich'us Eoberts, liujus Eccli'ae Miuor Canonicus, duxit Mirriama' 

July 1 Jacob Maire uxorem duxft Marg'tani Maxwell. 

Alio;. 8 Greorgius Pearte uxorem duxit Annam Brack. 

Jau. 5 Eich'us Eicliardson uxore' duxit Dorothea' Hall. 

Mar. 2 Thomas Harperly uxorem duxit Mariam Davisou. 

Nov. 4 Johaunes Milner,i hujus Eccli'a; Miuor Canouieus, uxorem 
duxit Joauuam Stones, viduam. 

167G Mar. 27 Michael Hodshou uxorem duxit Anna' Thompson. 

April 1 .Toh'es Collin uxorem duxit Annam Boasman. 

April S Frauciscus Catterick uxore' duxit Anna' Harrison. 

May 28 Tho. Hixon uxorem duxit Marg'tam Atkinson. 

June 17 Henricus Gierke uxorem duxit Joannam Lodo-e. 

June 2(5 Josephus Bitleston uxore' duxit Marg'tam Swinburne, vid'. 

July 4 Christopher Deanham uxore' duxit Janam Bainbrido'e 

July 15 Joh'es Tweddell uxorem duxit Margaretam Smith. 

July 15 Eich'us Nicholson uxoreni duxit Mariam Fewler, vidua'. 

July 21 Samuel Duxbury uxorem duxit Mariam Maddison. 

Aug. 14? Baldwyuus Pitt,' Ar., uxorem duxit Alicia' Johnson. 

Sep. 11 Eich'us Waugh uxore' duxit Anna' Hutchinson. 

Sep. 12 Joh'es Barker uxorem duxit Franciscam Hutton, viduam. 

Oct. 7 Joh'es Chilton uxorem duxit Margaretam Hett. 

Nov. 30 Thomas Bowser uxorem duxit Mariam Church.3 

Nov. 30 Henricus Shawe uxorem duxit Ciciliam Harrison, vidua'. 

Jan. 1 1 Gulielmus Atkinson uxorem duxit Saram Shaw. 

Mar. 6 Thomas Tucker uxorem duxit Annam Wilson, viduam. 

1677 April 3 Gulielm^ Agar * uxorem duxit .Janam Eeed. 

April 19 Guliehn^ Jurdison uxorem duxit Elizabethan! Johnson. 

April 21 Joh'es Mitchell uxorem duxit Annam Hutton. 

May I Lancelotus Shawter uxorem duxit Mariam Lodo-e. 

May 2 Gulielmus Croft uxorem duxit Eliz. Bishojirick, viduam. 

June 5 Edvard^ Harrison uxorem duxit Maria' Crawforth, sp'". 

July 1-i Eob'tus Clayton uxorem duxit Franciscam Paxton. 

Aug. 7 Thomas Ward uxorem duxit Annam Atkinson. 

Aug. 17 Gulielm' Aire uxorem duxit Aliciam Chaimbers, viduam. 

Aug. 28 Joh'es Sanderson uxorem duxit Ellenora' Blarton, vidua'. 

Aug. 29 Gulielm^ Stagg^ uxorem duxit Alicia' Scurf eild, vid. 

Oct. 18 Anthonius Watson uxorem duxit Mariam Watson, vid. 

Nov. 19 Georgius Hills uxorem duxit Margeria' Hutton, vid. 

Nov. 29 Alexander Shaw uxorem duxit Ellenora' Foster,^ vid. 

^ See his burial 5 Juoe 1705. She was probably widow of Mr. Christopher Stones, who has 
a dau. baptized 28 Nov. IfifiS. 

' Marriage licence dated 10 Aucf. ; he described as ot the Middle Temple and she as s]iinster. 

3 She was dau. of William Church, gent., Under Sheriflf of the county, by his wife Margaret, 
dau. of Anthony Thompson, of Crossgate, gent 

"• See (perhaps) his previous marriage 11 June 166G. 

= See his burial 19 Feb. 1692-3. 

® She was widow of John Forster, organist, whose burial see 21 April 1677. 



1677 Dec. 18 Gulielm^ Wilson,^ Adv^ uxorem duxit M"™ Maria' Allenson. 
Jan. 31 Joh'es Pallacer uxorem duxit Marg'tam Porrest. 

Peb. 2 Gulielm^ Conyers uxorem duxit Saram Watson, vid. 

Feb. 12 Samuel Rawling uxorem duxit Martbam Dale. 

Feb. 12 Micbael Burnopp uxorem duxit Elizabetbam Coulson. 

Feb. 21 Joh'es Toe uxorem duxit Mariam Snawdon, vid. 

Mar. 21 Eicb'us Apleby uxorem duxit Eebeccam Welsb. 

1678 Mar. 27 Gulielm^ Gibson uxorem duxit Annam Lightfoot. 
April 9 Thomas Stainsby uxorem duxit Janam Tyndall, vid. 
April IS Thomas Rawling uxorem duxit Magdalenam Forster. 
April 23 Joh'es Burrell uxorem duxit Cieiliam Crawforth. 
April 25 Joh'es Jeffreyson uxorem duxit Jennettam Dobsou. 
April 2S Joh'es Lamb uxorem duxit Mariam Rutlidge. 

May 1 Gulielm^ Snawdon^ uxorem duxit Barbara' Wilson. 

July 18 Leonard^ Robinson uxorem duxit Maria' Robinson. 

July 24 Timotheus Hickerongill uxore' duxit Anna' Robson. 

Aug. 10 Rob'tus Hutchinson uxorem duxit Alicia' Ranson, vid. 

Aug. 26 Rob'tus Webster uxorem duxit Marg'tam Wood. 

Sep. 28 Gulielm^ Marley uxorem duxit Eliz. Iveson. 

Oct. 22 Gulielm^ Skurrey uxorem duxit Barbara' Cosins, vidua'. 

Oct. 22 Joh'es Bownas uxorem duxit Isabella Watson. 

Oct. 26 Gulielm's Wharram uxorem duxit Ellenora' Todd. 

Oct. 28 Rich'us Paxton uxorem duxit Catherina' Forster. 

Dec. 28 Rich'us Pollett uxorem duxit Francisa' Peirson. 

Feb. 3 Thomas Brumley uxore' duxit Anna' Gordon, vidua'. 

Feb. 8 Joh'es Geldert uxore' duxit Annam Hilton.^ 

Feb. 11 Joh'es Todd uxorem duxit Jana' Stewart. 

Feb. 26 Rad'us Rookby uxorem duxit Susanna' Jackson, vidua'. 

1679 April 10 Gulielm^ Emerson uxorem duxit Margaretam Smelt, vidua'. 
May 3 Rich'us Wilson uxorem duxit Maria Raw. 

May 7 Rich'us Porter uxorem duxit Marg'tam Parkinson. 

June 10 Rad'us Foreman uxorem duxit Maria' Pickering. 

June 30 Gulielm^ Brockett-*^ uxorem duxit Eliz. Coulson. 

July 29 Parcivallus Wheldell uxorem duxit Emmettam Bartram. 

July 30 Gulielm^ Marley uxorem duxit Elizabetbam Kirkby. 

Aug. 6 Rob'tus Gierke uxorem duxit Marg'tam Maire. 

Aug. 9 Martinus Forster uxore' duxit Maria' Steadman. 

Aug. 12 Stephanus Peart uxorem duxit Marg'tam Lee, vidua'. 

1 See his burial 7 Dec. 1690. 

' See his burial 15 Oct. 1692. 

^ See her second marriage 23 Dec. 1699. 

* Also entered at St. Mary-le-Bow, wliere the date i.s 1 July. He was a plumber, perhaps to 
the Cathedral, and son of William Brockett, of St. Oswald's (buried there 1688), yeoman and 
bailifif, where he is registered as bora 25 Aug. 1655 and buried 1705 ; she " inkeeper in South 
Baily, bury'd near her husband " 25 July 172-t. Their children are baptized at Bow, St. Nicho- 
las, and St. Oswald's. One dau., " M--' Elizabeth Brocket of y-^ South Baily," married (as second 
wife) 5 Sep. 1702, at St. Oswald's, Mr. Patrick Ross, schoolmaster, who lies buried at St. Oswald's, 
under an altar-tomb, with a lengthy Latin inscription, 


1679 Aug. 19 Joh'es Robinson uxorem duxit Hannam Croft. 
Aug. 30 Anthouius Sharpe uxorem duxit Annam Hall, vidua'. 
Sep. 20 Cuthbertus Thompson uxorem duxit Eliz. Emerson. 
Sep. 27 Rob'tus Welfoot uxorem duxit Franciscam Bee. 
Oct. 22 Georgius Bullock^ uxorem duxit Marg'tam Waistell. 
Oct. 25 Joh'es Phillipson uxorem duxit Janam Richardson. 
Nov. 13 Grulielm' Hume uxorem duxit Janam Raw. 

Dec. 1 Georgius Shepherd uxorem duxit Agnetem Young, vidua'. 

Dec. 30 Joh'es Peirson uxore' duxit Eliz. Emerson. 

Jan. 29 Georgius Emerson uxorem duxit Anna' Adamson. 

Sep. 4^ Milo Eubank uxorem duxit Aliciam Fletcher. 

1680 April 8 Gulielm^ Elstobb uxorem duxit Janam Spark. 
May 1 Thomas Fairbarnes uxorem duxit Anna' Gallowlj. 
May 13 Gulielm^ Thompson uxorem duxit Lucie Ord. 
May 31 Thomas Harrison uxorem duxit EUenora' Trotter. 
June 5 Joshua Sanderson uxorem duxit Francisca' Ward. 
June 10 Georgius Robinson uxorem duxit Marg'tam Loanesdall. 
July 24 Gulielm^ Skinner "^ uxorem duxit Mariam Fulthorp, vid. 
July 28 Mattheus Downes uxorem duxit Eliz. Drizedell. 

Aug. 13 Joh'es Sanderson uxorem duxit Mariam Wells. 

Aug. 16 Joh'es Simpson uxorem duxit Jana' Brackenbury/ vid. 

Sep. 9 Jacobus Wales uxorem duxit Marg'tam Gibson. 

Oct. 2 Rad'us Ironside-^ uxorem duxit Ursula' Hogg. 

Oct. 11 Rich'us Hull uxorem duxit Catheriua' Wilkinson. 

Nov. lo Carolus Hedly uxorem duxit Marg'tam Marley, vid. 

Nov. 20 Thomas Butler^ uxorem duxit Mariam Foster, vid. 

' See his burial 2 Aug. 1699 ; she was the second wife. 

^ lu same hand but paler iok, and evidently omitted and written in afterwards. 

' He was undoubtedl}' nephew to Dr. Cosin, Bishop of Durham, although considerable 
research by Charles Jackson, Esq., E.S.A., of Doncaster, has not been successful in establishing 
the marriage of a sister (Mary) of the Bishop with a Skinner, shewn by Surtees (vol. i., cxiv.), 
who, however, is also wrong in giving the Bishop two sister.s married to ... . Norfolk and .... 
Daniel. The Bishop, writing about Hull, in an unpublished letter, 12 Feb. 1069-70, to his 
Secretary, Miles Stapylton, mentions " my nephew Mr. Skinner, an alderman of that towne." 
This "William Skinner was sworn a Free Burgess of Hull 3 Sep. and fined 8 Oct. 1657 ; elected 
Alderman 16 Oct. 1662, and Mayor 25 Sep. 1664; died at Peckham, Surre}', 19 and buried at 
Holy Trinity, Hull, 28 Sep. 1680, set. 53. M.I. Will dated 13 Sep. 1680, and proved at York 
30 March 1682. He married thrice, and all his wives are buried at Hull. The above, the third 
wife, was dau. of Peter Smith, of London, and widow of Timothy Fulthorp, of London, and Tun- 
stall, CO. Pal. ; she died 5 and was buried 9 Oct. 1719. 

* She widow of William Bowser, of Auckland. By this husband she had (at least) a dau. 
Elizabeth, born 28 March 1682, and another Anne, born 22 Feb. 1684-5, who married Michael 
Peraberton, of Baiubridge Holme, co. Pal., gent., and had a dau. Mary, living 1725. 

' He was baptized at Houghtoti 1650, and died 1729 (see Ped. of Ironside, Surtees, vol. i.) ; 
he is ancestor of the present Henry-George-Outram Bax-Ironside, of Houghtou-le-Spring, Esq. 
(see " Landed Gentry "). She dau. and coheir of Christopher Hogg, gent., by his wife Eleanor, 
dau. and coheir of ilichael Reed, of The Cragg, Northumberland, gent. 

^ He of Old Acres, co. Pal., Esq. ; he was buried 28 Oct. 1712 at St. Oswald's, the register of 
which states " he dyed iu a public-house here." His son Hylton wis baptized and buried at St. 


1680 Feb. 12 Gulielmus Morrison uxorem duxit Anna' Jackson. 

1681 Ma)' 23 Georgius Robinson uxorem duxit Janam Hudd. 
May 21- Joh'es Chipchase uxorem duxit xinnam Corner, vid. 
May 24 Job'es Petherston uxorem duxit Janam Vipont.^ 

July 27 Thomas Xicholson- uxorem duxit Maria' Chipcbase, \ad. 

Aug. 11 Joh'es Lem'an uxorem duxit Isabellam Sowerby, vid. 

Oct. 9 Thomas Crosby uxorem duxit Elizabetha' Myres. 

Oct. 11 Cuthbertus Philipson uxorem duxit Marg'tam Miller. 

Oct. 22 Georgius Robinson uxorem duxit Mariam Tindall. 

Dec. 20 Thomas 8mith iixorem duxit Margareta' Micldetou. 

Jan. is Jacob Colson uxorem duxit Annam Hauxly, vidua'. 

1082 May 9 Edvardus Furbank uxore' duxit Maria' Westmorland. 

May 13 Thomas Hall uxorem duxit Annam Brough. 

May 29 Thomas Parkinson uxorem duxit Elisabetham Speare. 

Aug. 12 Johau'es Adamson uxorem duxit Dorotheam Kirtly. 

Aug. 29 Johan'es Taylor uxorem duxit Jocosam^ Dury. 

Sep. 20 Andreas Wilkinson uxorem duxit Annam Burdess. 

Oct. 27 Johan'es Kirkham uxorem duxit Elianoram Stokeld. 

Feb. 17 Thomas Burletson* uxorem duxit Dorotheam Lackenby. 

Feb. 19 Thomas Palmer uxorem duxit Annam Mason. 

1683 April 30 David Dixon -^ uxorem duxit Janam Browne. 

May 8 Thomas Davison uxorem duxit Marg'tam Darbyshire. 

Aug. 18 Thomas Hutchinson uxorem duxit Annam Askew. 

Jan. 29 Oliverus Kearsly uxorem duxit Francisca' Hobman. 

1681 May 1 Johan'es Shaclock uxorem duxit Francisca' Harrison. 

July 12 Gilbertus Potts uxorem duxit Janam Thomj)sou. 

Oct. 29 Jacobus Harle uxorem duxit Rachel Atkinson. 

Jan. 12 Thomas Jopling uxorem duxit Anna' Shipley. 

Feb. 18 Richardus Pilkington uxorem duxit Isabellam Hall. 

Feb. 19 Gulielmus Boutflower^ uxorem duxit Elisabetham Hutton. 

1685 April 18 Henricus Hutchinson uxorem duxit Anna' Guy. 

' A Thomas or William Yipont occurs in Mickleton's MSS. as Under Master of the Grammar 
School about 1630. 

2 See his burial 9 Nov. 1707. 

^ "Jocosam" has been written over "Joyce." See her burial 2(3 Jan. 1709-10, and the 
baptism of their child 29 Jan. 1G83-4. 

" See the baptism of their first child 15 Jan. 1682-3. 

* He was an Attorney-at-Law ; married secondly 24 June 1721, at St. Oswald's, " M" Eliza- 
beth Steele," dau. of Ralph Steele, baptized 5 Dec. 1693, at St. Oswald's (she was buried there 26 Dec. 
1734), and he was buried there also 12 May 1728. She was dau. of Johu Brown, gent.. Attorney, 
and died 19, buried 21 Dec. 1718, at St. Oswald's. See her brother's baptism 30 June 1670. 

^ He merchant of Newcastle (Sheriff 1701), and son and executor of Thomas Boutflower, of 
Appleby, Westmorland, who was buried at Whittonstall 5 Jan. 1683-4; he was buried at St. 
Nicholas, Newcastle, 26 May 1712, and is ancestor of the present Venerable Samuel Peach Bout- 
flower, Archdeacon of Carlisle. She, the second wife, was buried with her own people at Bishop 
Middleham 22 April 1688. As will thus be seen, Surtees is incorrect in making her re-marry. 


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Carolus Montagu 1 (Armig'") uxorem duxit Elisab. Foster. 
Edvardus Elstob uxorem duxit Aliciam Kippon. 
Johan'es Midleton uxorem duxit Anna' Harrison. 
Johan'es Proud- uxorem duxit Marg'tam Shacklock. 
Bryanus Burletsou uxorem duxit Thomasiua' Nichols.'' 
Michael Mickleton uxorem duxit Elisabetham Spearman.* 
Josephus Hall uxorem duxit Franciscam (xibson. 
Robertus AUenson uxorem duxit Annam AVilson, vid. 
Thomas Liddell uxorem duxit Elizabetham Robinson. 
Wrightington Taylor uxorem duxit Rutham Turner. 
Johannes Eldridge" uxorem duxit Margareta' Lowther. 
1689 April 15 Xpoferus Wy\all^ (Decan^ Rippon.) ux'em duxit Margareta' 
Markeudale, vid. 
Grulielmus Applegarth uxorem duxit Anna' Heckles, vid. 
Jacobus Peirson uxorem duxit Ellenoram Wilkinson. 
Grulielmus Thompson uxorem [duxit] Ellenoram Gray, spin"'. 
Laurentius Sayre ux. duxit Catharinam Burdon. 
Nicolaus Hornesby ux. duxit Elisabetham Humble. 
Joh'nes Stockdell u. d. Margaretam Crawford. 
Joh'nes Smith" u. d. Mariam Cooper. 

' He was a younger sou of the Hon. George Montagu (by his wife Elizabeth, d^u. of Sir 
Anthony Irby, Knt.), who was son, by his third wife, of Henry, first Earl of Manchester. He 
was returned as Member for Maldon, and afterwards for Westminster, and became a very 
eminent Statesman temp. William III. ; while Chancellor of the Exchequer he projected and 
issued in 1695 the great re-coinage of silver ; he was created, by recommendation of the 
Commons, in 1700, Baron Halifax, and advanced to an earldom 171-4. He married secondly, 
in Feb. 1688, Anne, Countess-dowager of Manchester, widow of his nephew, and dan. of Sir 
Christopher Yelverton, of East Mauiuit, first Bart., but died s.p. She, first wife, dau. and 
coheiress of Francis Forster, of the South Bailey, Esq. See baptism of her brother 11 July 

- See baptisms of their children. She was buried at St. Mary-le-Bow 3 May 1711. 

» She dau. of John Nicholls, whose burial see 6 June 1681. See also her brother's baptism 
22 April 1662. 

^ See her baptism 30 April 1667, her burial 1-i Nov. 1704, and her father's burial 22 Sep. 

* See his burial 24 Feb. 1697-8. 

^ He, D.D., was third son of Sir Christopher Wyvill, of Burton Constable, co. York, third 
Bart., by Ursula, dau. of Conyers Darcy, first Earl of Holderness ; he died circa 1710. She was 
widow of Evers Markendale, of Old Park, co. Pal. (buried 28 March 1686), and dau. of John 
Brabant, of Page Bank, gent, (whose only child she was in 1686), by Jane, dau. of Richard Best, 
of Middleton, Ebor, whom he married 31 March 1646, at Witton-le-Wear ; she was baptized at 
Brancepeth 12 Oct. 1652. 

' The father was of St. John's College, Cambridge (B.A. 1680, MA. 1684, D.D. 1696) ; he 
was baptized 10 Nov. 1659 at Lowther, Westmorland, the eldest son of the Rev. William Smith, 
M.A., Rector of that parish, by his wife Elizabeth, dau. of Giles Wetherell, Esq., Mayor of 
Stockton, by his wife Anne, sister of Sir George Marwood, of Little Busby, Yorks, first Bart. ; he 
was appointed Minor Canon circa 1683, and Sacrist 20 Nov. 1689. The only instance of a Minor 
Canon becoming a Prebendary of Durhnm, he received from Bishop Crew, to whom he was 
Chaplain, the seventh stall (collated 25, installed 26 Sep.) in 1695, having shortly before been 


1691 Feb. 3 Eichardus Wall u. d. Mariani Eichardson. 

1692 April 30 Thomas Fairbarnes u. d. Mariam Jopling. 
Oct. 22 Henricus Clerk u. d. Annam Pairbarnes. 

1693 Sep. 5 Johannes White ux. d. Isabellam Eaisbeck. 
Nov. 25 Thomas Coplin ux. d. Annam Eicaby. 

1695 Nov. 12 Eobertus Spencelay ux. dux. Isabellam Perkins. 

1696 Feb. 11 Eobertus Thompson ^ uxorem duxit Margar"^'" Eichardson. 

1697 Dec 2 Eadulp. Wilkinson uxor, duxit Dorotheam Hilton." 
Jan. 26 Tho. Talbot, de Stockton, uxor, duxit Elleuoram Howell. 

Mar. 2 Eich. Carnaby, de Corbridge, uxor, duxit Hannah Gibson, de 

By well S* Andrew. 
Mar. 5 G-eorg. Liddel uxor, duxit Ann Easterby, de Hesleden Moua- 


1698 June 4 Lancelot Lowther,^ of South Bailey, uxor, duxit Jane Smith, de 

Aug. 5 John Mason, de Heighington, ux. d. Jane Lodge. 
Aug. 20 Dan. Smallpage ux. d. liuth Ord, paroch. de Sedgfield. 
Aug. 25 Hugh Watson,^ de Allandale, Dioc. Ebor, u. d. Hester Hall, de 

Sep. 5 Geo. Smithson, de Gateshead, ux. d. Deborah Heighington, ead. 


1699 May 31 John Hudspeth, de paroch. S" Johannis, Nov. Cast., ux. dux. 

Ellen. Lackenby, ejusdem parochise. 
July 19 Joseph Dixon -^ & Ann Waugh, serves together att y'^ Deanry. 
July 31 Thomas Dodds^ & Mary Toung, of S^ Oswald's. 

preferred to the rectory of Gateshead ; he was presented to the rectory of Bishopwearmouth in 
1704, and dying 30 July 1715, set. 56, he was buried in the chapel of his college at Cambridge. 
He had a grant of arms. She was Mary, dau. and coheiress of AVilliam Cooper, of Scarborough, 
CO. York, gent., by his wife Philadelphia Smith (the marriage of whose parents see 10 June 1630), 
and had, besides the above John, and an elder son George Smith, of Burnhall, co. Pal., Esq. 
(M.I. St. Oswald's), afterwards in orders of the Non-juring Church and Titular Bishop of Durham, 
the following, whose baptisms see— Mary, 26 Jan. 1697-8; William, 9 Aug. 1699 ; Joseph, 29 April 
1701 ; and a second AVilliam 22 Sep. 1707. Surtees says (Pedigree iv., part ii., p. 98, to which the 
foregoing dates add), " Dr. Smith enjoyed the deserved reputation of an elegant scholar and a 
sound divine, and his fame rests securely on the magnificent edition of Bede's ' Historic Works,' 
which he had completed for the press with the most devoted labour and industry." 

1 This marriage is also entered in Register 2, among the baptisms, as follows : " Robert 
Thompson, of Brawnspeth, and Margaret Richardson, of y" College in Durham, were married 
Feb. y" xi"- Ann. Dom. 1696." 

2 She was baptized 1651 at Heighington, the dau., by his second wife Dorothy Wright, of 
Lancelot Hilton, of Durham and Hilton in Staindropshire, Attorney-at-Law, whose burial see 
29 May 1685. See her burial 16 Dec. 1708. 

3 See (presumably) his baptism 2 Dec. 1675, and his burial 13 Dec. 1706. Lancelot, son of 
Thomas Lowther, was bound apprentice 7 April 1690, and admitted free of Mercers' Company 
2 Sep. 1701. 

^ Jane, their eldest child, baptized at Stanhope 18 Sep. 1699. He then of West Allen. 
5 See his burial 24 Feb. 1707-8. 

8 " Hylda, dau. of Tho. Dodds, born y"= 5'" Nov'^ but no notice given (the' desired) till y'4"' of 
March " [1703]. St. Oswald's. 


1699 Aug. 6 Joseph Williamsou,! ^f Bishop Wearmouth, & Mary Williamson, 

of S* Helleu Awkland. 

Sep. 9 Bryau Atkinson & Susan Thompson, of y'^ parish of Bpp. Wear- 

Nov. 9 Abra. Phillips & Ann Claypeth, Cap'se Sc'tse Hildae. 

Dee. 23 Mr. Eichard Baddeley^ & Aim Geldart, wid., of y« parish of S' 
Mary le bow, N". Bailey. 

Feb. 12 Mr. Eob. Burnet,^ Phys., & Mrs. Frances Eichardson, both of 
S* Mary le bow parish. 

Feb. 13 Tho. Taylor & Mary Tapp, both of Bow parish. 

Mar. 16 George Pickering & Isabel Fairbarns, both of AVitton-Gilbert. 

1700 April 23 William Smith & Isabel Pattison, both of y'^ Parish of Elwick. 
April 2S Abra. Tap"^ & Ann Battersby. 

July 15 Thomas Bateman & Mary Dear, serv'^ in y« Castle. 
July 23 Nathaniel, Lord Crew,^ and M"™ Dorothy Forster. 
Aug. 8 William Apedail, of Bpp. Awklaud, & Ann Brack, of Merriugton. 

1 Four children, at least, of " Mr. Joseph Williamson " are baptized at St. Helen's Auckland, 
the first 3 Oct. 1700. 

- See his burial 16 Jan. 1713-14. 

» He buried 18 March 1706-7, and she 27 Nov. 1702, at St. Mary-le-Bow, where their (probably) 
only child Thomas was baptized 17 Nov. 1700, and buried inf. 

■• See his burial 23 Dec. 1728. She second wife ; see her burial 17 Oct. 1732. 

* This great prelate, who filled the Palatinate throne of Durham for nearly forty-seven years, 
was born at Steue, Northants, 31 Jan. 1633-4, a few hours before the death of his grandfather, 
Sir Thomas Crew, Serjeant-at-Law, Speaker of the House of Commons in two Parliaments, and 
"of proverbial abilities." Sir Thomas, younger brother of Sir Randolph Crew, of Crew in 
Cheshire, Lord Chief Justi(5e of the King's Bench, married Temperance, dau. and coheiress of 
Reginald Bray, of Stene. Their eldest son John Crewe, M.P. for Northants, a shrewd, clever 
man, took an active part against Charles I. He was, nevertheless, greatly instrumental in the 
restoration of the second Charles, and was by him created Baron Crew, 1661. He died in 1679, 
having married Jemima, dau. and coheir of Edward Waldegrave, Esq., of Lawford, Essex, by 
whom he was father of a fifth son, Nathaniel. Nathaniel Crew or Crewe was entered a Com- 
moner of Lincoln College, Oxford, Sep. 1652, but did not take Orders until 1665, when he was 
ordained Priest and Deacon the same day by the Bishop of Winchester. After that he became, 
in rapid succession, Chaplain to the Royal Household, a Lenten Preacher, D.D., Deputy-Clerk of 
the Closet, Rector of Lincoln College, Clerk of the Closet, Dean and Precentor of Chichester 
1G69, consecrated Bishop of Oxford 2 July 1671, translated to Durham 1674, after the see had 
been vacant nearly three years, and 9 June 1675 he entered into his new bishopric with great pomp. 
This last preferment was due to the interest of tbe Duke of York, whose marriage ceremony with 
Mary d'Este he had performed. On the accession of James II. he was made Dean of the Chapel 
Royal and a Privy Councillor. In 1697 he su(;ceeded his brother as third Lord Crewe. He 
married firstl}-, 21 Dec. 1691, Penelope, dau. of Sir Philip Frowde, Knt., and widow of Sir Hugh 
Tynte ; she died 9 March 1699-1700, and was buried at Stene ; he died 18 Sep. 1721, set. 88, and 
was buried in his chapel at Stene 30th Sep. He left no issue, and the peerage became extinct. 
The "Gentleman's Magazine" for 1801 pronounces that the Baron- Bishop "in his private 
character was hospitable, generous, and charitable ; in his public a rigid high-churchman and a 
favourer of popery," and in this latter respect he was, no doubt, a harsh, stern man. However, 
he will always be' remembered gratefully by posterity for the munificent charities he founded. 
Thomas Forster, Esq., of Bambrough and Blanchland in Northumberland, the Bishop's brother- 
in-law, forfeited his estates in the rising of 1715, and these his lordship bought, and by his will 
vested in trustees, who still administer them for various charitable purposes which he laid down- 


1700 Oct. 23 Ealph Hodgshoii & Jane Garthwaite, of "Winston parish. 

Jan. 7 John Snawdon & Susanna Deemster, both of y^ Parish of 

Feb. 13 Eob. Johnson & Isbel Ferraby, of y'= Parish of Bpp. AVcarmouth. 
Mar. 4 Michael Eawling & I'^liz. Thompson, both of Easington Parish. 

Shrove Tuesday. 

1701 May 31 Anthony Wilde,i of Bpp. AVearmouth, & Dorothy Eobinson, of 

Houghton in le Spring. Saturd. 
June 24 Thomas Wake, a Borer, & Ellenor Miller, spinster, parochiae de 

Grateshead, Dunelm. 
Aug. 10 Tho. Horseley^ & Barbara Walton, of Woolsingham Parish. 

Sep. 1 M'' Gilbert Spearman^ & M" Marg. Pierson. 
Sep. 22 Jo. Andrew & Mary Middleton, both of S* Nicholas Parish in 

Sep. 23 Jo. Watson ^ & Mary Emerson, both of Stanhop in Weardaile. 
Dec. 11 M'' Eob. Spearman ^ & M''^ Han. Webster. 

1702 July 18 William Eichmoud & Barbara Thompson, both of Easington 


Abra. Yapp, Sacrist of the Cathedral Church of Durham. 

Aug. 1 M'- Cristopher Hunter, de Stockton, & M'^ Eliz. Elrington, of 
Shotley, both in y^ County of Durham. 

Sep. 5 Joseph Alderson, of Eeadmarshal Parish, & Jane Walton, of Pres- 
ton in y*^ chappelry of Stockton. 

Dorothy Porster was only dau. of Sir William Forster, of Baiubrough Castle ; she died, aged 42, 
in 1715, and was buried by the Bishop's first wife in Stene Chapel. It is a tradition that Lord 
Crewe had offered to make her his wife before his first maniage. Her life is vividly, if fancifully, 
pictured in one of the most delightful works of fiction, bearing her name, by Mr. Walter Besant. 

1 [Mary his dau. and coheir married, 1731, William Ironside, Esq., of Houghton-le-Spring.] 

2 Also entered in Wolsingham Register, where their children are baptized. She was buried 
there 28 March 1712, and he 28 July 1713. 

3 He was tried at Durham Assizes, 10 Aug. Ifi93, for drinking the toast " Here is King James, 
his prosperitie ; here is the confusion of King William." She his second wife; she was baptized 
at Bishop Middlehara 26 June 1679, and was younger dau. and sole heiress (a brother and sister, 
older, baptized at Startforth, dying young) of Robert Pearson or Pierson, Esq., of Startforth and 
Forcet, co. York, and of Bishop Middleham>re ttxoris [son of Robert Pearson, gent., of Start- 
forth, buried there 8 Sep. 1673 ?], by his second wife the Hon. Mary Cockayne, dau. of Charles, 
first Viscount CuUen, in the Peerage of Ireland, by his wife Lady Mary O'Brien, eldest dau. and 
coheir of Henry, fifth Earl of Thomond. Mrs. Spearman was buried at Bishop Middleham 12 May 
1731 ; her mother the Hon. Mrs. Pierson 23 May 1682 ; and her father 2 Oct. 1702. 

^ Their eldest child, " Ann, dau. of John Watson of Thimbleby in Stanhope," baptized there 

30 June 1702. 

5 Of Old Acres, co. Pal.; see his burial 20 Oct. 1728. She dau. and heiress of William 
AVebster, of Stockton-on-Tees, merchant. In right of this marriage her son Robert Spearman, 
of Old Acres, Esq., quartered for Websteb, Sable, a bend wavy, and in sinister chief a mullet of 
six points argent. She was, apparently, not related to another merchant family of Webster, 
settled at Stockton a little later, who bore different arms. See " Landed Gentry," " Webster of 








1702 Oct. 27 Mr. John Durant & M^^ Isabella Tayloiir, widow, both of S* John's 

in Newcastle. 

Oct. 27 John Eobsou & xlmi Nelson, both of the Parish of S* Andrew- 

Jan. 2 Edward Crosby i & Eliz. Arrowsmith, both of AVhitwell House 
in j^ County of Durham, were married by vertue of a licence. 

Jan. 26 Mr. Humph. March & Mrs. Ann Elstob, both of little S* Marie's 
Parish, in y'= South Bailey in Durham. 

Feb. 17 Jo. Tiplady and .lane Wilson, both of y'= chappelry of Stockton. 

1703 April 24^ Geo. Carlisle & Margery Short were married in the Cathedral by 

A'ertue of a licence. 
May 20 John Heslopp & Ann Hunter, of Lanchester Parish. 

(Abra. Yapp, Sacrist.) 
May 22 James Wilsby & Hannah Johnson, both servants to Mad. Grey 
in y^ College. 
Anthony Johnson & Marg. Barker, both of Stranton parish. 
Tho. Browne, of S' Nich. Parish, and Ellinor Hauxley, of South 

Bailey in Durham. 
David Shethum, of Gateshead, and Eliz,. Eoxby, of y^ Parish of 
Lanchester ; by vertue of a Licence. 
Oct. 12 Tho. A\^ood, of Merrington, & Elizabeth Whitfeild, of Pittington ; 

by vertue of a license. 
Dec. 21 Ralph Johnson, of Branspeth parish, & Mary Erieud. 
Dec. 21 Roger Wilson, merchant in S^ Nich. Parish in Newcastle, & Ann 

Middleton, of Barfoot in y*^ county of York. 
Sep. 9 Aurelius Headlam,- of S* Nicholas parish in New Castle, & Mary 
Marlay, of AH Saints. 
John Clark & Ann Pallaster, both of Witt. Gilbert. 
John Gibbon, of Hamsterly, & Ann Thompson, of Bpp. Wear- 

1704 Mar. 25 Mr. John Willcocks & Eliz. Wall. 
John Hopper & Eliz. Kirkley, of Lanchester parish. 
Mr. Nich. Burton'^ & ("my" erased) Lady J'enwick. 

' See possibly liis second marriage 10 Jan. 1718-19. 

2 Probably related to George Hedlam, of Newcastle, who by his will 1738, and codicil 1744, 
names his wife Ann, ex'or ; daus. Ann and Hannah ; sons George, Ralph, and "William ; late 
father George Hedlam (will 1725) ; late sister Phoebe, wife to Thomas Vasie, of London, 
merchant, deceased, who left three children, Mary, Phoebe, and Aiirelia. 

3 He Head Master of the Grammar School, and son of Archdeacon Burton, who is buried in 
York Minster; of Christ Church College, Oxford, B.A. 1695, M.A. 1698; Rector of St. Mary- 
le-Bow 170.3 —1705, and Lecturer at the Cathedral ; he was buried at Bow, within the Com- 
munion rails (which he gave) 1 July 1713. His first wife Martha was buried there (M.I.) 12 
Aug. 1703, with her dau. Martha, whose baptism see 30 June 1702 (see also baptism of a son 
20 March 1700-1701). Lady Fenwick, second wife, was previously widow of Sir Robert 
Fenwick, of Bywell, Northumberland, Knt., sister of Sir Richard Graham, first Viscount Preston, 
and dau. of Sir George Graham, of Esk and Netherby, second Bart., by his wife Lady Mary 
Johnstone, dau. of the first Earl of Hartfell (grandfather of the first Marquess of Annandale), by 
his wife Lady Margaret Douglas, dau. of the first Earl of Douglas and ninth Lord Drumlanrig, by 
his wife Lady Isabel Kerr, dau. of Mark, first Earl of Lothian, by his wife Margaret, dau. of Sir 


















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1704 June 8 John Waistell & Alice Garthwaite, of Bernard Castle. 

June 22 "William Robson, of Simondburn, & Eliz. Todd, of y^ Chappelry of 
Hay den. 

Aug. 12 Cuth. Newton, of Bywell S' Peter Marg. Pattison, of Tanfield 

in y^ parish of Lanches^ 
Aug. 22 Rob. Armstrong, de Hexham, .... Sarah Teasdaile, of y^ North- 
Bailey in Durham. 
Will. Marley & Mary Richardson, of Staindrop. 
Michael Brabant,^ Apothecary, in y^ Parish of S' Nicholas, & Jane 

Hutchinson, in y*^ North bailey. 
Thom. Bownas, of Aikcliff, & Mary Reid, of Sedgfield. 

1705 April 28 George Welfoote, of Heighington, and Jane Catherick, of 


John Stephenson, of y* parish of AicklifEe, Ann Arrowsmith, 
of y*^ Chappelry of Trimdon. 

1706 April 4 Rich. Man and Mary Lupton, both of Gateshead. 
April 27 Giles Rain,- of Dalton parish, and Mary Greenside. 

May 14 George Carlisle, of Readmarshall, & Marg. Story, of Sedgfield. 

June 11 Will. Wilson, parochise de Weai'mouth, & Mary Lamb. 

July 28 Robert Fells, of y"^ parish of S' Andrew Auckland, and Jane 

Gargett, serv'', in S* Oswald's parish. 
Aug. 8 Robert Wilkinson & Suzanna Watson, both of Morpeth in y« 

Diocesse of Durham. 
Sep. 9 Rob. Marshall & Alice Richardson, both of S' Nich. parish, 

Sep. 12 Christopher Selby and Rebecca Wilson, both of Aickliffe. 
Sep. 30 Mr. George Bowes ^ & Ann Machon, wid. 

John Maxwell, Lord Herries of Terregles. She was sister also of Dr. Graham, Prebendary, the 
baptism of whose son see 17 Sep. 1689. Lady Penwick was buried at St. Mary-le-Bow 3 Nov. 1744. 

' He was Mayor of Durham 1712, 1714, 1718, 1725. The name was generally corrupted into 
Brabin, and is so spelt at St. Oswald's, where this marriage is also recorded. She was the only 
surviving dau. of John Hutchinson, Esq., of Framwellgate, Alderman and Mayor of Durham, a 
man of considerable local importance, the marriage of whose grandson (and Mrs. Brabin's nephew) 
see 20 April 1732. 

* Son of John Raine, of Cassop, co. Pal., gent. ; admitted (by servitude) free of Mercers' 
Company 16 Nov. 1705 ; Alderman of Durham 1715, and Mayor 1720, 1727. He appears to 
have been thrice married. This was his first wife, and she was perhaps buried at Dalton-ie-Dale. 
He married secondly, 5 April 1708, at St. Oswald's, " Mrs. Elizabeth Stokeld " (baptized 27 March 
1687), dau. of Mr. John Stokeld, vintner, who was buried there 18 Feb. 1727-8; John Stokeld 
and Eliz. Sympson, both this parish, married 27 April 1684 ; and thirdly, 29 Oct. 1728 (being 
then described as " of Hart "), at St. Mary's, Alice Johnson, of Monk-Hesilden, co. Pal. He was 
buried 20 Dec. 1738 at St. Oswald's, where he has chihiren buried. 

^ He D.C.L., Solicitor-General to the Bishop of Durham, and Recorder of Durham 5 Feb. 
1706-7; son of Thomas Bowes, of Streatlam Castle, co. Pal., Esq., by his wife Anne, dau. and 
coheir of Anthony Maxton, Prebendary of Durham, and younger brother of Dr. John Bowes, 
Prebendary, whose burial see 16 Jan. 1721-2. Mr. Bowes was buried at St. Mary-le-Bow, dying 
14 May 1724, set. 65, s.p. She Ann dau. of Anthony Salvin, of Sunderland Bridge, co. Pal., Esq. 
(a younger son of Gerard Salvin, of Croxdale, Esq., see ped., Surtees, part iv., vol. ii.), and widow 
of Gilbert Machon, of Lichfield and Durham, Esq., to whom she was married 3 May 1696, at 
St. Oswald's. See her burial 13 Nov. 1715. 


1706 Jan. 28 William Siiowdeu & Sarah Fox, of AVearmoutli. 

1707 April 15 James Barras, of S^ Nich., Durham, and Eliz. Newton, of y^^ 

parish of Ryton in y^ county of Durham. 
April 20 Will. Wright & Marg. Walker, both of S* Andrew Awckland. 
April 23 Will. Bro\\aie,i of S' Giles's, and Eliz. Hickson, of S' Oswald's 

in Durham. 
May 1 John Logan & Marg. Byerly, both of S' Margaret's, Durham. 
Aug. 7 John Pemberton, of Bp. Wearmouth, & Thomasin Shadforth, of 

y*' North baily in Durham. 
Jan. 25 John Spark, of Bp. Wearmouth, & Eliz. Paxton, spinster, of y^ 

same parish. 
Jan. 29 Eobert Hixon, of S* Oswald's, Durham, and Ellinor Lever, of 

S"^ Mary le Bow in Durham. 
Mar. 8 Math. Morrow & Jane Gribbon, in y'' parish of Darlington. 

1708 May 29 Will. Mowbray ^ & Eliz. Oibson, in y^ parish of Chester. 

June 18 Rob'^ Douglas & Mary Grilkin, both of y^ parish of S' Nicholas in 

July 6 John Dawson, of Haughton, & Jane Swalwell, of Lanchester. 
July 13 James Richardson, of S* Nich., & Jane Chipchase. 
July 18 Lancelot G-arret, of S* Nich., Newcastle, and Eliz. Hodshon, of 

all S'^, Newcastle. 
July 29 John Bell & Mary Eetherston, both sei'v*^ in y" Deanry. 
Aug. 16 Mat. Prat & Jane Nicholson, both of S^ Nich., Newcastle. 
Aug. 19 Will. Clayton, of Richmond in y« County of York, & Eliz. 

Maugham, of y*^ chapelry of S' Giles's, Durham, in y'^ County 

of Durham. 
Sep. 4 Robert Lindsley, of y^ College in Durham, serv\ and Isabel 

Hudson, of S*^ Nicholas in Durham. 
Nov. 1 Mr. Will. Turner,=5 of y*^ College, & M''^ Marg. Butler, of S^ Mary 

Le Bow, Durham. Fest. Omn. Sanct. 
Nov. 18 Lamerick Tuart & Dorothy Cork, both of y^ parish of Ileighing- 

ton in y*^ Dioc. of Durh. 
Nov. 29 Tho. Humble & Alice Lawson, of Ryton, Count. Durh., y^ one 

Fourscore years of age at least, y^ Woman ab* 18. 
Dec. 30 Math. Lowthian & Marg. Shadforth, both of Elvet. 
Jan. 29 Tho. Liddel & Jane Fenwick, both of Chester in y« Street. 

' Also entered at St. Oswald's, where she is called Hixon. 

* Their child Elizabeth boru and baptized Jan. 1708-9 at St. Oswald's, when he is described 
as yeoman, and later as of Old Durham. 

3 He, William Parthericke Turner, was son of Rev. William Turner, Mus. Doc, Vicar-Choral 
of St. Paul's, and Lay-Vicar of Westminster i^.bbey, where he was buried 16 Jan. 1739-40; he 
married secondly, 17 April 1718, at St. Mary-le-Bow, Elizabeth Wall, and had by her, who was 
buried 25 July 1730 at St. Mary's, a son John, baptized there 26 Dec. 1719. Margaret Butler 
(baptized 4 March 1687-8) was second dau. of Thomas Butler, of Old Acres, Esq. (whose marriage 
see 20 Nov. 1680), and was first wife to Mr. Turner, by whom she had a son, whose burial see 
20 Aug. 1713, and another William, bapt. and buried 1710 at St. Mary's. See her burial 
6 June 1713, and her sister's marriage 30 March 1709. [Mrs. Theophila Turner buried 31 Oct. 
1730 at St. Mary's.] 


1708 Feb. 23 Ambrose Procter, of Eiton in j^ County of Durham, & Jane 

Erington, of y*^ parish of Chester. 

1709 Mar. 30 Captain Butler ^ & M''^ Mary Butler. 

April 30 Eob^ Story, of Easeington parish, & Doroth. Eobinson, of y*= 
parish of Houghton in le Spring. 

May 6 Mr. Tho. Ogle & Sarah Knewstob, of j^ parish of Eelton. 

July 1 Anthony Todd and Isabel Dent, both serv*^ in y'' College in 

Sep. 16 Ezekiel Thompson, of y*' parish of Heddon, & Sarah Watson, of 
y^ parish of Allendale. 

Sep. 27 Tho. Dawson, of y« parish of Bp. Wearmouth, and Eliz. Sander- 
son, of Monk Wearmouth. 

Sep. 27 John Eippon, of Aickliffe, and Eliz. Eippon, of S* Andrew Awk- 
land, both in this County. 

Oct. 6 James Fynuey," D.D., Prebendary of Durham, & Jane Newhouse, 
Eelict of y'' late Eegister Newhouse. 

Nov. 26 Eob^ Hutchinson, of Kelloe, and Ann Duckett,of Merington parish. 

Feb. 16 Mr. Peter Burrell & Mrs. Mary Wilson. 

1710 April 18 Mr. Thomas Hanby,^ of S^ Nich. in Newcastle upon Tine, and 

Mrs. Dorothy Watson, spinst'", of y'' parish of B? Wearmouth. 
May 2 John Johnson & Ann Sheppard, both of y« Parish of All S'S 

May 29 Eob' Nicholson, of y« parish of Tinmouth, and Marg. Wallass, of 

y^ chapelry of S*- John's in Newcastle. 
May 30 John Garth & Aim Crow, both of Jarroe Parish. 
Aug. 6 Will. Stephenson and Doroth. Todd, of S* Hellen Awkland. 
Aug. 7 Tho. Wainwright, of Newburne, and Ann Blakiston,^ of S' Oswald's 

in Durham. 
Aug. 27 Hen. Story, of Witt. Gilbert, & Eliz. Jopling, of Brancepeth. 
Oct. 13 James Bell & Isabel Bambrough, of Wearmouth. 
Nov. 27 Hauxley Sureties,^ of y« Parish of Eyton, and Ann Watson, 

spinst^', of Chester in le Street. 
Dec. 2 Eobert Sober & Mary Shaftoe, de Pettington. 
Dec. 19 William Watson, of Bp. Wearmouth, and Mary Busby,^ of 

Branspeth parish. 
Feb. 23 John Stawart & Jane Wake, of y'^ Par. of Whitburn. 

1 He James, an Irishman, no relation, and bearing ditfereut arms, as appears by the M.I. at 
St. Mary's. She eld.'st dau. of Thomas Butler, of Old Acres, Esq., whose marriage see 20 Nov. 
1680. See her baptism 23 June 1685. 

- See his burial 13 March 1726-7. She widow of Mr. Newhouse, Registrar to the Dean and 
Chapter ; re-married Anthony Emerson. 

s He perhaps son (baptized 9 Aug. 1670 at St. Oswald's) of Mr. Erancis Hanby, Proctor, the 
baptism of whose child see 2 April 1682. 

■• She was dau. of Rev. Francis Blakeston, M.A., Vicar of Whickham, co. Pal, and was baptized 
20 May 1688 at St. Oswald's, where she was buried as a widow 7 July 1734. 

* He a younger son of Robert Surtees, of Ryton, gent., by his marriage with Catherine, 
younger dau. and coheir of John Hauxley, of Crawcrook, gent. 

« She probably granddau. of William Busby, of Cassop, and his wife Mary, dau. of Rev. John 
Lively (see note to baptism 12 Nov. 1625). 



1710 Feb. 13 Rob* Harrison, of j' parish of S^ Nich., and Eliz. Rowell, of 

St Margaret's, Durham— memo'", forgot to be registr" in its 
proper place. 
Mar. 20 Tho. Palmerly & Ann Mason, of Houghton le Spring. 

1711 April 10 Gerrard Sidgewick & Eliz. Adamson, both of Bp. Wearmouth. 
July 3 Tho. Busbyi and Eliz. Fawdon, both of Brancepeth parish. 
Oct. Rich. Henderson, of Kelloe, & Isab. Forster, of Witt" Gilbert. 
Nov. 17 Eob' Smith & Barbara Lindsley, both of Bp. AVearmouth. 

Nov. 24 Tho. Grundy, of y« Parish of Brancepeth, & Ellen'' Ranson, of y« 

parish of Houghton in le Spring. 

Nov. 24 Rowland Wilkinson & Jane Parker, both of Lanchester in y« 

Diocesse of Durham. 

Robert Leeke, Sacrist. 

Feb. 2 Robert A damson 2 & Dorothy Paxton, both of the Parish of S' 

Nicholas in Durham ; by vertue of a Licence. 
Feb. 6 W"' Barkas & Anne Walton, both of the Parish of Houghton in 

the spring ; by Vertue of a Licence. 
Feb. 14 W"' Green, of Houghton in the Spring, & Margarett Harle, of 

the Parish of Sedgfield ; by Licence. 
1712 Mar. 25 Rich. Huntley & Jane Burletson, both of y« Parish of Pittington 

in y*^ Diocesse of Durham. 
AprH 19 John Potter & Elizabeth Palmer, both of y« Parish of Houghton 

ill y<= Diocesse of Durham. 
Oct. 3 Thomas Stevenson & Elizabeth Slater, both of the Parish of 

Aukland S* Andrew. 
Nov. 16 James Clark & Frances Allen, both of the Parish of Darlington. 
Nov. 26 Joseph Paterson & Margaret Kay, both of the Parish of Gateshead. 
Dec. 16 Robert Readshaw, of the Parish of Shotley, & Jane Cockerell, of 

S* Nicholas in Durham. 
Feb. 14 Valentine Allison & Elizabeth Snawdon, both of the Parish of 

Feb. 26 Edward Willis & Elizabeth Hull, both of the Parish of Lanchester. 
Mar. 7 W'" Hugall & Mary Watson, both of the Parish of Houghton in 
the Spring. 

1 See note to marriage of (probably) his sister 19 Dec. 1710. 

2 He was only surviving son of Ralph Adamson, Attorney-at-Law, of Durham, by his wife 
Elizabeth (married 17 March 1673 at South Shields), dan. and coheir of William Elythman, of 
Wcstoo -enl., and wa.s buried at St. Mary's, his will being dated 7 March 1732-3. She widow of 
Thomas Paxton, gent., of Claypeth, Durham (who was buried at St. Oswald's only 9th Dec. 
preceding), and dau. (baptized 2 Nov. 1686 at St. Oswald's) of John Martin, of New Elvet, gent. 
Their only son William Blythman Adamson (baptized 17 May 1715) sold his AVestoe property to 
Robert Green, of South Shields, gent. Mary, the other dau. and coheir of the William Blythman 
mentioned above, married Henry Eden, of Shincliflfe, Esq., M.D., and had, with other issue, a 
dau. Jane second wife of Cuthbert Adamson, gent, and Feltmaker, of Durham, and had a son 
(which has caused some confusion), also Blythman Adamson, who is ancestor of the Rev. Edward 
Hussey Adamson, Vicar of Heworth, and Lieut.-Colonel William Adamson, of Cullercoats 
Northuinberlmd. It is not known what, if any, relationship existed between these two families ot 
Durham Adamsons. 


1712 Mar. 20 Thomas Carr, of Heighiiigton, & Elizabeth Andrew, o£ the Parish 

of Easington. 

1713 April 18 John Hall, of the Parish of Tinemouth, & Elizabeth Jopling, of 

the Parish of Woolsingham. 

May 2 Ealph Sheild & Mary Dowson, both of the Parish of S^ Andrew 

May 2 W™ Eowell & Mary Heard, both of the Parish of Sedgfeild. 

May 4 Francis Wood, of the Parish of Stockton, & Eliz. Merley, of the 
Parish of Branspeth. 

July 2 Godfrey Phillipson & Sarah Nattress, both of the Parish of Stan- 
hope in Weardale. 

July 17 Thomas Bailes, of the Parish of Romaldkirk, & Dinah Heslopp, 
of the Parish of Gainford. 

July IS John Clark & Mary Haswell, both of the Parish of Pittington. 

Aug. 1 Jeremiah Langstaffe, of the Parish of Eumoldkirk in the Uiocesse 
of York, & Anne Morresbye, of the Chappelry of S' John in 

Aug. 1 Henry Langstaffe, of the Parish of S^ Hellen in Aukland, & Eliz. 
SedgT\ack, of the Parish of Staindropp. 

Aug. 3 George Hutton, of Staindropp, & Catherine Eobinson, of Easing- 

Aug. 10 John Pattison & Margaret Eeed, both of the Parish of S* Hill in 
the Diocesse of Durham. 

Sep. 10 Thomas Wilkinson, of All Saints Parish in Newcastle, & Mar- 
garet Hudson, of Houghton in le Sjiring. 

Sep. 19 W" Hopper,! of the Chappelry of Aukland S' Hellen, & Jane 
Eichardson, of the Parish of Hamsterley. 

Sep. 22 John Proud,^ of Bear Park in the Parish of Witton Gilbert, & 
Catherine Watts, of the College in Durham. 

Oct. 21 Mr. Nich. Fenwick, of the Chappelry of All S'^ in Newcastle, & 
Eliz. Barker, of the North Bayley in Durham. 

Oct. 31 Thomas Pearson, of Aukland S* Andrew, & Elizab. Joby, of the 
Parish of Hart. 

Nov. 13 John Hutchinson & Mary Arrowsmith, both of the Parish of 
S'- Andrew Aukland. 

Nov. 16 Jacob Dunn & Anne Hutchinson, both of the Parish of Billing- 
ham in the Diocesse of Durham. 

Jan. 9 John Eichardson & Anne Smith, both of the Parish of Branspeth. 

Jan. 22 John Hudspeth, of the Parish of S' Johnleys in the Diocesse of 
York, & Isabell Coulson, of the Parish of Pittington in the 
Diocesse of Durham. 

Feb. 7 Tho. Browne & Anne Newton, both of the Parish of Long 

1 He of Evenwood. She buried 30 Oct. 1721 at St. Helen's, where their eldest child Mar- 
garet was baptized 18 Sep. 1714. 

2 See (presumably) his baptism 8 April 1688. He buried 23 Feb. 1745-6 ; aud she 9 May 
1760 at St. Mary-le-Bow, where they had a son buried 1722. 


1713 Feb. 8 Eob' Coxon & Dorothy Man, both of the Parish of Chester in 

the Street. 
Peb. 8 W" Walton, of Seclgfeild, & Isabell Harding, of the Parish of 

1714 April 16 Peter Snaith & Isabell Downes, both of the Parish of Norton. 
May 1 Edward Shipley ^ & Mary Bell, both of the Parish of Aikcliffe. 
May 1 W" Gregson^ & Hannah Thompson, both of the Parish of 

May 8 W°^ Waulesse & Jane Bell, both of the Parish of Kellowe. 
May 18 Waistell Pinkney & Mary Stubbs, both of the Parish of Gateshead. 
July 31 John Dawson & Elizabeth Swiused, both of the Parish of Bp. 

Aug. 1 John Young, of Aukland S^ Andrew, & Lueye Bownas, of the 

Parish of Aykcliffe. 
Aug. 24 M"" Delaval Beaumont^ & M" Eliz. Wilson, both of the Parish of 

Bp. Wearmouth. 
Sep. 21 Eob* Young, of the Parish of Houghton, & Mary Artus (this 

name has been either Aytus and altered afterwards to Artus, 

or vice versa, which I cannot confidently say), of the North 

Baylye in Durham. 
Oct. 12 Joseph Parkin & Eleanor Dickinson, both of the Parish of 

S* Nicholas in Durham. 
Oct. 16 Peter Stone & Mary Eewster, both of y« Parish of Witton Gilbert. 
Oct. 20 Eob* Byers, of Bp. Wearmouth, & Dorothy Paxton, of the Parish 

of Easington. 
Oct. 23 W™ Atkin & Elizabeth Eichardson, both of y" Parish of Easington. 
Nov. 27 Thomas Hall & Sarah Palmer, of the Parish of Jarrow. 
Dec. 1 1 James Croft & Mary Eichardson, both of the Parish of Witton 

on the Wear. 
Jan. 3 W™ Harebottle & Jane Man, both of the Parish of Chester. 
Jan. 4 Thomas Trotter, of S' Nicholas's Parish in Durham, & Hannah 

Thornton,^ of S' Oswald's in the same. 
Jan. 24 Geo. Eaw, of Bernard Castle, & Margaret Smart, of Staindropp. 
Feb. 10 Matthew Henderson, of Bp.wearmouth, & Mary Jackson, of 

Feb. 24 Garret Starkin, of All S*^ in Newcastle, & Mary Sidgwick, of 
Bp. Wearmouth. 

1 Possibly "Edward, son of Michael Shipley, draper and taylor," baptized 23 Dec. 1688 at 

St. Nicholas, Durham. 

2 He probably identical with William (baptized 16 March 1685-6 at Dalton-le-Dale), son of 
Geor-eGregson,of Murton (bora 28 Oct. 1657, Dalton Register), a yo.mKer son of Thomas 
Grogson of Murton and Dalton (ancestor of Gregson of Murton and Burdon, see " Landed 
Gentry ''), who married, 15 Eeb. 1684-5, Deborah Burton or Buston, at Dalton. See a marriage 

3 Dec. 1719. 

3 He son of Hammond Beaumont, Esq., and baptized 12 Dec. 1683 at St. Mary's. 

^ She probably (although her baptism is not at St. Oswald's) a dau. of Roger Thornton, yeo- 
man, of Elvet parish, by his second wife Margaret Harrison, whom he married 1 Nov. 1692. 


1714 Mar. 24 John Smith & Isabell Eussel, both of the Parish of Hur- 


1715 April 29 Christopher Waistell, of the Parish of Maskin in the Diocesse of 

York, & Sarah Heslop, of the Parish of Middleton S' George 

in the Diocesse of Durham. 
May 4 Thomas Peverley & Anne TJshaw, of the Parish of Aukland 

S*^ Andrew. 
May 11 John Gill & Anne Archer, both of the Parish of Branspeth. 
May 28 Joseph Martin ^ & Ellinor Smith, both of the South Bayley in 

May 28 Richard Burdon & Anne Burdon, both of the Parish of Witton. 
July 16 Geo. Wall & Mary Hull, both of the Parish of Branspeth. 
July 31 John Wilson, of y^ Parish of Aukland S' Andrew, & Jane James, 

of y® Parish of Woolsingham. 
Aug. 6 Rob* Filmoor & Joan Dipper, both of the Parish of S* Nicholas 

in Newcastle. 
Aug. 20 John Wilson, of y'' Parish of Rumbold-Kirk in y^ Diocesse of 

York, & Alice Dobbison, of y*^ Parish of Hamsterley in y® 

Diocesse of Durham. 
Aug. 20 Richard Smith & Anne Cole, both of y*^ Parish of Grindon. 
Aug. 22 Eob*^ Reay & Anne Thompson, both of the Parish of Merrington. 
Sep. 19 Henry Stainesby & Anne Davison, both of the Parish of All 

Saints in Newcastle. 
Oct. 19 Geo. Cowlin, of the Parish of Aickliffe, & Anne Wennington, of 

y* Par. of Heighington. 
Oct. 29 John Johnson & Frances Pattison, both of the Parish of 

Nov. 22 Samuel Burne & Elizabeth Nicholson, both of the Parish of 

Dec. 15 James Martindill & Isabell Dixon, both of y'= Parish of Hartle- 
Dec. 16 George Dale,'- of y'= Parish of S* Nicholas in Durham, & Hannah 

Sowerby, of the Par. of Sedgefeild. 
Dec. 27 Captain Cuthbert Morland^ & M'^ Margaret Lamb, Wid., both 

of the parish of S* Oswald in Durham. 

' They had two children, John and Anne, baptized at fet. Mary's, and she was buried there 
30 Nov. 1731. She was dau. of Richard Smith, of Ramside, near Durham, gent., by his wife 
Eleanor, eldest dau. and coheir of George Crosyer, of Newbiggen, co. Pal., gent., whose 3'oungest 
dau. and coheir Jane married Edward Surtees, of Mainsforth, gent., and was great-grandmother 
of the immortal Robert, the Historian. The tombstone of Richard Smith, thereon stated to have 
died 22 May 1689, set. 44, with his arms — On a chevron, between three bezants, as many crosses 
patee fitchee ; impaling Crostee, On a fcss, between three crosses-crosslet placed salterwise, as 
many martlets — was standing in St. Giles's Churchyard before the recent enlargement and restora- 
tion — that usual destruction of all old surroundings. 

2 He, an Alderman of Durham and Mayor, was buried at St. Oswald's 30 May 1739. 

=* He (" M'- Cuthbert Morland, Captain of a Foot Company ") buried 5 May 1720 at St. 


1715 Feb. 4i Tho. Wright, of y^' Parish of S* Andrew, & Eliz. Dale, of y« 

Chai)pelry of All S'S both in Newcastle. 
Feb. G Edward Clark & Eliz. Dobson, both of the Parish of Whickham. 
Feb. 17 Francis How, of y'^ Par. of Lamesley, & Cath. Pobsou. of All 

Saints in Newcastle. 
Feb. 28 AV'" Aire & Jane Weeins, both of y-^ Parish of S' Giles in 


1716 Mar. 23 Tho. Garfoot, of y"^ Parish of Aicliffe, & Elizabeth Aldersou, of 

y« Par. of Bishopton. 

AjH-il U Geo. Hodshon, of y'= Par. of Gainford, & Catherine Gibbin, of 
Aukland S' Andrew. 

April 23 AV"' Lee, of Gateshead, & Anne Lee, of y'= Par. of Darlington. 

April 27 W" Stephenson & Margaret Pinkney, both of y« Par. of Middle- 
ton in Teasdale. 

May 1 ^V"' Ridley & Catherine Belwood, both of the Parish of Norton. 

July 10 Henry Carter & Anne Lee, both of j" Parish of Gateshead. 

Aug. 7 George Spencer & Margaret Swainston, both of y« Parish of 

Sep. 25 John Trear, of y« Par. of S' Nicholas in Durham, & Anne 
Meusforth, of y« Par. of S' Mary Le Bow. 

Oct. IS Ealph Goodchild & Anne Johnson, of the Parish of Bishop- 

Oct. 18 Benjamin Blaklock, of y'' Par. of Eggscliff, & Mary Walker, of 

Bishop- Wearmouth. 

John Powell, Sacrist. 

Dec. 4 George Smirk, of y" Parish of Wearemouth, & Joanna Eeed, of 

y*^ Parish of Houghton le Spring, Dioc. Durham. 
Dec. 13 John Bailes & Margaret Lodge, both of y« Parish of Staindropp, 

Di. Dur. 
Dee. 18 George West, of y« Parish of Gateshead, & Margaret Olliver, of 

ye Parish of Hamsterly, Dioc. of Durham. 
Jan. 5 John Markup, of y'' Parish of Winston, & Ann Eenny, of y" 

Parish of Gateshead, Dioc. Durham. 
Jan. 8 Jeremiah Dikes & Isabel Dodds, of y^ Parish of All Saints in 

Newcastle upon Tyne, Dioc. of Durham. 
Jan. 20 M-- William Owen & M'^ Mary AVinshipp,i i^oth of y« Parish of 

Chester in y« Street (Di. D.). 
Feb. 26 Anthony Harrison & Jane Cartington, both of y« Parish of 

Conscliffe (Di. Du.). 
1717 April 22 Eoger Wilson & Elizabeth Anderson, both of y« Par. of S* 

Nicholas in Newcastle upon Tine, Dioc. Durham. 
April 23 M-- John Paxton, of y« Parish of Wearmouth, & M''^ Barbara 

MidcUeton, of y-^ Parish of Little S* Mary in y'' South Baily 

(Dio. Dur.) ; per M"" Leek. 

1 She dau. of William Winship, of WhitehiU, gent., aud baptized 27 Feb. 1693-4 at Chester- 


1717 May 26 Thomas Robiuson, of y^ Chaiipelrie of S* John, & Jane Humble, 

of y'' Par. of S* Nicholas in Newcastle upon Tine, Dioc. Dur. 
May 30 William Roantree, of y'' Parish of Bishopton, & Jane Wilson, of 

y'= Parish of Aickliffe, Dioc. Durham. 
June 8 Greorge Thompson & Frances Leighton, both of y^ Parish of 

Easeington, Dioc. Durh. 
July 1 William Robinson & Elizabeth Watson, both of y^ Parish of 

S* Nicholas in Newcastle upon Tine, Dioc. Dur. 
July 8 John Lamb & Jane Colling, of y« Parish of Grrindon, Dioc. Dur. 
July 14 Stephen Holland & Dorothy Nesham, of Darlington Par., Dioc. 

July 16 John Mills, of Richmond, Dioc. York, & Ann Halliburton, of 

S* Nicholas in Newcastle upon Tine, Dioc. Dur. 
July 20 Thomas Wilkinson & Alice Fawdon, of Brancepeth Par., Dioc. 

Aug. 8 Thomas Ramsay, of Monkwearmouth Par., & Ann Liddle, of y* 

Parish of Wearmouth, Dioc. Durham. 
Aug. 15 Joseph Brownbridge & Mary Johnson, of y^ Chappelrie of 

S* Margaret in Durham, Dioc. Dur. 
Aug. 29 Jonathan Newton of Barnard Castle, & Margaret Douthwaite, 

of y'= Parish of Winston, Dioc. Dur. 
Sep. 26 Jonathan Carlisle & Ann Race, both of All Saints Parish in 

Newcastle upon Tine, Dioc. Dur. 
Nov. 14 Robert Earle, of Winston Parish, & Ann Wyckliffe, of y 

Chappelrie of Whorlton, Dioc. Dur. 
Nov. 17 John Tarn, of y^ Parish of Allton, Dioc. Dur., & Alice Teasdaile, 

of Knarsdaile, Dioc. York. 
Nov. 28 William Nedby & Mary BeadneU, of Norton Par., Dio. Dur. 
Dec. 17 Mr. Thomas Wilkinsou,^ of Xgate Chappelrie, & M''^ Mary 

Fetherston, of y'^ Parish of S* Mary Le Bow in Durha', Dioc. 

Dec. 24 Nicholas Palmer & Catharine Finch, of y^ Parish of Little 

S* Mary in y« South Baily in Durham, Dioc. Dur. 
Dec. 27 Cuthbert Lee & Isabel Gibson,- both in Stanhope Parish in 

Weardaile, Dioc. Durh. 

1 He Thomas Wilkinson was the second son of William Wilkinson, of the City of Durham, 
merchant, who made a large fortune in trade, by Margaret Taylor. He was bajjtized at Crossgate 

7 Jan. 1667-8; of the City of Durham, Barrister -at-Law ; admitted free of the Mercers' Company 

8 July 1702. Died on the 15th, and was buried in a lead coffin within the Communion rails of 
St. Mary-le-Bow Church, Durham, 20 Feb. 1733-4. M.I. Will dated 26 March 1733 and proved 

9 Aug. 1734 at Durham. He wainscotted the chancel of St. Mary-le-Bow in 1731. His wife 
was the dau. and heiress of William Fetherstonhalgh, of Brancepeth and Stanley, by his wife 
Elizabeth, dan. and coheir of William Aubone, Esq., Alderman and Mayor (1684) of Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. She married secondly, as second wife. Sir William Williamson, fourth Bart., High 
Sheriff for twenty successive years of the Palatinate. She died on the 17th and was buried in 
Brancepeth Church on the 20th April 1752, aged 63. [MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 

2 [? Isabel, dau. of John Gibson, of Wearhead, baptized 13 Jan. 1683-4 at Stanhope.] John, 
their eldest child, baptized 24 Jan. 1718-19 at Stanhope ; others. 




1717 Dec. 27 Thomas Watson^ & Mary NattresP, both in Stanhope Parish in 

Weardaile, Dioc. Dur. 
Jan. 2 Simon Meek, of Gateshead Parish, & Ann Ewbanck, of y« Par. 

of S* Nicholas in Newcastle upon Tine, Dioc. Dur. 
Feb. 3 WiUiam Lawson & Jane Warcup, of y« Par. of Patrick Bruntou, 

Dioc. York. 
Feb. 12 John Morgan ^ & Isabel Emerson, of Stanhope Parish in Wear- 
daile, Dioc. Dur. 
Feb. 22 Parcival Yarrow & Isabel Burne, of Lamesly Parish, Dioc. Dur. 
Feb. 24 John Jefferson, of Sedgefeild Parish, & Elianor Thompson, of y« 

Parish of Monk-Hesledon, Dioc. Durha'. 
Mar. 20 William Gallaly, of Lanchester Parish, & Isabel Cook, of y^ 

Parish of Witton Gilbert, Dioc. Durham. 
Mar. 20 Thomas Jon & Susanna Hodgshon, of Woolsingham Parish, 

Dioc. Dur. 

1718 April 8 John Gibson & Mary Young, of Bishopton Parish, Dioc. Dur. 
April 12 George Eobiuson & Jane Watson, of Wearemouth Parish, Dioc. 

AprH 14 Da^dd Revely, of S^ Nicholas Parish in Newcastle upon Tine, & 

Mary Stevenson, of Whickham, Dioc. Dur. 
April 24 Richard Ingram, of Ehvick Par., & Ann Arrowsmith, of Easeing- 

ton Parish, Dioc. Durham. 
May 1 David Smith, of Houghton le Spring, & AHce Johnson, of Ease- 

ingtou Parish, Dioc. Durham. 
May 8 Joseph Gibson, of Stockton Par., & Jane Ord, of Elmdon Par., 

Dio. D. 
May 10 Jacob Wray & Ann Ward, of Lanchester Par., Dioc. Dur. 
May 13 Jonathan Wooler^ & Isabel Forster, of Woolsingham Par., Dioc 

June 3 Mr. Cuthbert Hilton, of S* Andrew Par. Awkland, & Mrs. Jane 

Hodghson, of y^ Par. of Witton on y^ Wear, Dioc. Dur. 
June 21 Joseph'' Woodmas & Elizabeth ShaffeHd, of S* Nicholas Par., 

June 28 Henry Wilson, of Houghton Par., & Margaret Humble, of 

Chester Par., Dio. Dur. 
July 11 Robert Proud, of Yarum Par. (York Dioc), & Cicilia Morgan, 

of St Margaret's Chappelrie in Durham (Dioc. Durha'). 
July 15 Joseph Wheelright & Jane Latimer, of AU Saints Chappelrie 

(Newcastle upon Tine), Dioc. Dur. 

1 Their eldest child Mary baptized 22 Oct. 1718 at Stanhope. 

- Their eldest child, " John Pilkiuton, son of Mr. John Morgan of Lauglee," baptized 10 Dec. 
1718 at Stanhope. Later he is described in the Register as of New Park. 

3 He (probably eldest) son of "Mr." Anthony Wooler (buried 8 April 1736) by his wife 
EUzabeth (buried 8 Dec. 1728) was baptized 14 Oct. 1683, and buried 22 Oct. 1762^ She 
(baptized 28 Oct. 1691) was dan. of John Forster, gent., and buried 8 May 1783, set 92 AU 
these dates from Wolsingbam Register. The descendants of this marriage still reside at that 
place, in a fine old mansion called Whitfield House, formerly the property of Robert Whitfield 
of AVhitfield in Northumberland, Esq., whose marriage ••^ee 2 June 1730. 


1718 July 29 Mr. James Sayer, of Stockton Par., & M" Thomasine Middleton, 

of S' Nicholas Parish in Durham, Dioc. Dur. 
Aug. 1 George Simpson & Dorothy Wheatley, of S' Margaret's Chappelrie 

in Durha', Dioc. Dur. 
Aug. 19 Michael Thompson & Ann Gribson, of Stanhope Parish, Dioc. 

Aug. 19 Ealjjh Grelson,^ of S' Nicholas Par., Dur., & Eebbecca Eowel, of 

S' Margaret Chapp. in Durha', Dioc. Dur. 
Oct. 23 Eichard Harrison, of Cleasby (York Dioc), & Margaret Duel, 

of Aickliffe Par., Dioc. Dur. 
Oct. 27 Peter Maugham, of Eglescliffe Par., & Elizabeth Lyn, of Sedge- 

feild Par., Dioc. Dur. 
Nov. 1 Edward Seamer & Ann Wheatly, both of y® Parish of Whickham, 

Dioc. Durha'. 
Nov. 11 Thomas Lay & Isabel Lindsly, of S' Mary-Le-Bow Par. in 

Durha', Dioc. Durham. 
Nov. 19 Thomas Scott, of Merrington Parish, & Mary Sparke, of Sedge- 

feild Parish, Dioc. Dur. 
Nov. 24 Jonathan Hanby & Mary Eobinson, of Barnardcastle Chapp., 

Dioc. Durham. 
Nov. 24 Thomas Armstrong, of Heighinton Par., & Elizabeth Hutchinson, 

of Grundon Par., Dioc. Dur. 
Nov. 26 Joseph Forster & Mary Wilson, of All Saints in Newcastle upon 

Tine, Dioc. Durham. 
Dec. 7 Eobert Spoor & Margaret Smith, of All Saints in Newcastle 

upon Tine, Dioc. Dur. 
Jan. 10 Edward Crosby- & Ann Pruddus, of Brancepeth Parish, Dioc. 

Jan. 26 Thomas Brass, of Eichmond Par. (Yorkshire), & Ann Sowerby, 

of Sedgfeild, Dioc. Dur. 
Jan. 29 William Coates & Ann Peareth, of Monk-Hasleden Parish, Dioc. 

Feb. 3 Eob' Huntly & Jane Dent, of Wearmouth Parish, Dioc. Dur. 
Feb. 26 John Scott & Mary Burdon, of y^ Parish of Houghton le Spring, 

Dioc. Dur. 
Mar. 3 John Mason & Mary Speck, of y^ Parish of Heighington, Dioc. 

Mar. 12 John Catcheside, of Jarroe Par., & Dorothy Brack, of Washing- 
ton Par., Dioc. Dur. 

1719 Mar. 28 Thomas Greenwell & Eliz. Stobbert, of y*^ Par. of Chester in y«= 

Street, D. D. 

1 He son (several children before him) of Ralph Gelsou, and baptized 14 March 1692-3 at 
St. Nicholas. He is called cousin and " house dyer," and made her ex'or, by Isabel, widow of 
William Adamson, of Durham, in her will dated 3 Feb. 1730-31. The eldest child of this 
marriage, Ralph Gelsou, was baptized at Crossgate 15 May 1719, and was afterwards a Minor 
Canon of Durham and Vicar of Merrington. 

^ See, possibly, his previous marriage 2 Jan. 1702-3. 


1719 May 19 James Maitlaud & Anne Raw, both of y^ Par. of Ovingliam in 

the County of Northumb., Dioc. Dur. 
May 21 Geo. Emmerson & Anne Stot, both of the Parish of Woolsingham, 

Dioc. Dur. 
May 21 Robert Cunningham, of y'^ Chapelry of S^ John, & Elizabeth 

Beachman, of All Saints in Newcastle, Dioc. Durh. 
May 25 Rob' Swainston & Mary Allan, both of Barnard- Castle, Dioc. 

May 31 W" Taylor, of the Par. of Pittiugton, & Anne Craggs, of the 

Par. of Chester, Dioc. Dur. 
June 11 AV°' Byers & Mary Anderson, both of the Parish of Houghton 

le Spring. 
June 11 Ralph Conyers^ & Jaue Blakiston, both of the Parish of Chester, 

Die. Dur. 
June 19 John Burton & Elisabeth Dobson, both of y^ Parish of Wear- 
mouth, Dioc. Dur. 
July 27 Aaron Law & Elisabeth "Wild, both of the Parish of Bishf Wear- 
mouth, Dioc. Dur. 
July 31 Will. Davison & Ann Sureties, both of the Parish of S*' Nichol. 

in Durham. 
Aug. 6 Tho. Chapman, of Brough, Dioc. Carl., and Marg* Jacques, of y'= 

Parish of All Saints in Newcastle, Dioc. Durh. 
Aug. 15 George Bell & Mary Wearmouth, both of y'= Parish of All Saints 

in Newcastle, Dioc. Durham. 
Aug. 23 Fletcher Partis,- of S* Nicholas in Newcastle, & Ann Bromely, 

of BishP Wearmouth, Dioc. Dur. 
Aug. 25 Tho. Wilkinson, of y'' Parish of Hurworth, & Prances Loyselure, 

of y^ Parish of Heighington, Dioc. Dur. 
Sep. 3 Tho. Partis & Ann Peacock, both of y"^ Parish of Sunderland, 

Dioc. Durham. 
Sep. 7 James Sheppard & Jane Drum'er, both of y« Parish of Dalton, 

Dioc. Durham. . 
Sep. 10 Mr. Jo. Wilkinson,' of y'= chapelry of S' Margaret's, & Jane 

Smith, of y^ Parish of S' Oswald's, Dioc. Dur. 

' He was baptized at Chester-le-Street 20 Juue 1697, and succeeded his second-cousin Sir 
Baldwyn Conyers as fifth Baronet in 1731, and died 1767. She dau. of Ralph Blakiston, gent., 
grandson of Sir William Blakiston, of Gibside, Knt., and his wife Jane Lambton, of Lambton. 
Blakiston, Nicholas, and Thomas, sixth, seventh, and ninth (and last) Baronets were the sons of 
this marriage. With the unfortunate history of Sir Thomas, the last heir male of this ancient 
line, all North-countrj'men are acquainted. Suffice it to say here that he died in 1810, shortly after 
his removal, too late, from Chester-le-Street Workhouse. See Burke's " Vicissitudes of Families." 

- He of Talentire, Northumberland, Esq. She buried 26 April 1763 at St. Nicholas, New- 

3 He was the third son of William Wilkinson and Margaret Taylor, and was baptized at 
Crossgate 19 April 1670. His father left him his lands at Seamer, co. York, and Stobilee and 
Edderacres, co. Pal., Durham, and £1750 ; admitted free of the Mercers' Company 10 Feb. 1690; 
died 22 and was buried at St. Oswald's 24 Nov. 173 1, s.p. Will dated 25 Nov. 1725 ; proved at 
York 23 Dec. 1734. His wife was remarried 23 April 1735 at Chester-le-Street to Robert Hull. 
[MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 


1719 Oct. 5 Humplir'y Arrowsmith, of j" Parish of Easingtou, & Eliz. 

Jurdisou, of y"^ Parish of Pittinston, Dioc. Dur. 
Nov. 14 Will. Hallyman, of y'' Parish of Easiiigton, & Elisabeth Ord, of 

y« Parish of Middleham, Dioc. Dur. 
Nov. IG Greorgc Gibson, of S' Nicholas in Newcastle, & Hannah Kelly, 

of Gateshead, Dioc. Dur. 

Jo. "Waring, Sacrist. 
Nov. 20 The. Watson & Jane Wanless, both of y'= Parish of Kelloe, 

Dioc. Durham. 
Nov. 26 Jo. Corneforth, of y« Parish of Kelloe, and Mary Grainge, of y« 

Parish of Billingham, Dioc. Dur. 
Dec. 3 Tho. Todd^ & Ann Gregson, both of the Parish of Dalton, 

Dioc. Durham. 
Dec. 3 Jo. Walton, of y'= Parish of Gateshead, & Isabell Todd, of y« 

Parish of Washington, Dioc. Dur. 
Dec. 12 Thomas Charleton, of y« Chappelrie of S^ Marg'S & Prances 

Ovin'gton, of y^ Parish of S* Mary Lebow. 
Jan. 25 John Allan & Marg^ Hood, both of All Saints in Newcastle, 

Dioc. Durh. 
Jan. 30 Will. Gascoigne & Dorothy Bilton, both of y« Parish of Sunder- 
land by y*^ Sea, Dioc. Dur. 
Feb. 2 Mr. Tho. Bowlby, of y« Parish of S* Mary Lebow, & M" Mary 

Burell, of y« Parish of little S* Mary's. 
Feb. 3 Jo. Toward ~ & Mary Burlison, both of the Parish of Wolshingham. 

1720 April 4 Tho. Swainston & Alice Creyton, both of y« Parish of Gainford, 

Dioc. Dur. 
April 23 Tho. Atkinson, of y'' Parish of Brancepeth, & Jane Trotter, of y*^ 

Parish of Aukland S* Andrew. 
April 30 Will. Joplin & Isabell Busby, both of the Parish of Lanchester. 
May 3 John Coultas & Sarah Abbs, both of y«= Parish of Sunderland by 

y« Sea. 
May 15 James Hutchinson, of S* John's, and Frances Salkeld, of All 

Sauits, both in Newcastle, Dioc. Dur. 
May 26 Will. Gibson, of S' Nicholas iu Durham, & Thomasine Hutchinson, 

of S^ Marie's in y'' South Bailey in Durham. 
June 4 Rob^ Nicholson, of y"' Parish of Staindrope, & Martha Wheatley, 

of y^ Parish of Escomb. 
June 7 Hich" I'homlinson, of Bernardcastle, & Eliz. Hornsby, of y^ Parish 

of Dalton. 
June 7 Michael Dobbinson, of y" Parish of Seadgefield, & Mary Croft, 

of y*^ Parish of Witton on y^ Wear. 
June 14 Eob* Smith & Mary Cooke, both of y** Parish of Hart, Dioc. Dur. 

1 She appears in a MS. pedigree of the family as dau. of Thomas Gregson, of Murton and 
Dalton, CO. Pal., but as her parents were married 5 Peb. 1653-4, she is more probably granddau. 
of Thomas, and perhaps sister of William Gretrsou, whose marriage see 1 May 1714. [Ann, dau. 
of William Gregson, of Murton, baptized 23 April 1672, also occurs at Dalton-le-Dale.] 

■ Anne, their first child (others follow), baptized 18 June 1721 at Wolsingham. 


1720 June 18 George Emerson & Elizabeth Burden, both of y*^ Parish of 

Lanchester, Dioe. Dur. 
June 21 John Cutter & Barbara Erringtou, both of Newcastle upon 

Tyne, Dioc. Dur. 
July 18 Eob' Southeron & Eliz. Cowle, both of the Parish of Greatham, 

Dioc. Dur. 
Aug. 4 Philip Hall & Eliz. Milborne, both of the Parish of Monke 

Wearmouth, Dioc. Dur. 
Aug. 11 John Hutchinson, of Bernardcastle, & Marg'' Armsti'on, of y^ 

Parish of Gateshead, Dioc. Dur. 
Aug. 11 Joseph Davison & Anne Craggs, both of y^ Parish of Sunderland 

by y'' Sea, Dioc. Dur. 
Aug. 13 Eob^ Whetherell, of S* Nicholas in Durham, & Alice Wetherell, 

of Kirklevinton, Com. Ebor. 
Sep. 8 M"" Will. Forster,! Minor Canon of y« Cathedrall, & M'^ Joan 

Newby, of y*' Parish of Pittington. 
Sej). 17 Will. Reed & Mary Ingo, both of j^ Chappelrie of Low Heweth, 

Dioc. Dur. 
Sep. 22 Tho. Lynn & Jane Harrison, both of y'' Parish of Merrington, 

Dioc. Durh. 
Sep. 25 Jn" Dodds & Eliz. Chambers,^ both of y« Parish of S' Nicholas in 

Newcastle upon Tyne. 
Sep. 27 Andrew Hutchinson, of All Saints in Newcastle upon Tine, & 

Cath. Milborn, of y" Par. of Gateshead. 
Oct. 4 George Clapham, of y^ Parish of Aukland S^ Andrew, & Cibelle 

Harper, of y^ Parish of Sunderland by y^ Sea, Dioc. Dur. 
Oct. 6 AVill. Scorer & Jane Allan, both of y^ Parish of Pittington, Dioc. 

Oct. 7 Jn° Button, of y" Parish of Branspeth, & Marg' Lister, of y^ 

College in Durham. 
Oct. 8 George Lock, of y^ Parish of Lesbury, & Marg* Whithead, of y^ 

Parish of Longhoughton, Com. Northumb., Dioc. Dur. 
Oct. 15 Conon Stephenson & Anne Coatesworth, both of y^ Parish of 

Middleton in Teasedale. 
Oct. 20 Thomas Dobson & Mary Hillary, both of y® Parish of Stocton, 

Dioc. Dur. 
Oct. 29 Jn° Hutchinson, of y^ Parish of Trimdon, & Mary Wilkinson, of 

y'' Parish of S* Nicolas in Durham, Dioc. Dur. 

1 He, then Vicar of AyclifFe, inducted into the Vicarage of St. Oswald's 24 Jan. 1725-6. 
Baptisms of his children occur there. [The Rev. Christopher Thompson, Vicar of Pittington, 
was married there 6 July 1691 to Ann Newby.] 

^ She dau. to Richard Chambers, of Newcastle, and, j-ure uxoris, of Warden Law, co. Pal., 
gent., by his wife Eleanor, youngest dau. and coheir of John Beckwith, of Newcastle, gent., and co. 
heiress to her cousin Judith Beckwith, an infant, of Warden Law. See Surtees, vol. i., and 
" Landed Gentry "— " Chambers of Clough House." No issue of this marriage is mentioned in 
wills of her relatives which have been examined. She was aunt of Sir Robert Chambers, Chief 
Justice of Bengal. 


1720 Nov. 21 PhiliiD How, of y® Parish of Mouk Wearmouth, & Isabel Priugor, 

of y^ Parish of Sunderland by the Sea, Dioc. Dur. 
Dec. 31 Jn" Hazard & Eebec' Vipont, both of the Chapelrie of S* Marg'^ 

in Durham. 
Dec. 31 Julius Coninsby & Mary Welsford, both of y^ Parish of Aukland 

S* Andrew. 
Jan. 9 Jn" Humes & Eliz. Pate, both of All S^^ in Newcastle, Dioc. Dur. 
Feb. 18 Will. Garth, of y^ Parish of Witton on y« Wear, & Eliz. Cooling, 

of Witton Gilbert. 
Peb. 19 Christopher Emmerson & Eliz. Walton, both of y^ Parish of 

Hamsterly, Dioc. Dur. 
Eeb. 20 Jn° Newton & Alice Downes, of y^ Parish Tynemouth, Com. 

North., Dioc. Dur. 
Feb. 25 Jno Eedshaw & Jane Salkeild, both of y^ Chapelrie of S* Marger^^ 

in Durham. 

1721 Mar. 26 Jn° Mall, of y^ Parish of Leuchester, & Dorothy Ogle,^ of 

y^ Parish of Woolsingham, Dioc. Dur. 
April 11 Jn° Blacklock, of y*^ Parish of Hexam, Dioc. Ebor, & Alice Shaw, 

of y'^ Parish of Rytou, Dioc. Dur. 
April 11 Will. Potter, of j" Chapelrie of S* Marg<^ & Mary Eaine, of y^ 

Parish of S' Mary Le bow, both in Durham. 
April 15 Will. Baines & Eliz. Eooksby, both of y^ Parish of Brauspeth, 

Dioc. Dur. 
April 20 George Middleton, of y^ Parish of Darlington, & Marg* Bishopbrig, 

of y^ Parish of Haughton, Dioc. Dur. 
May 20 Will. Carter, of y® Parish of Sunderland by y* Sea, & Mary 

Bilton, of y" Parish of Monk Wearmouth. 
June 24 Jn° Hutchinson, of y® Parish of Washington, & Mary Smith, of 

y^ Parish of Lanchester. 
July 11 John Webster & Jane Sum'erside, both of y^ Parish of Aukland 

S*^ Andrew. 
July 15 John Borrow, of S' John's in Newcastle, & Jane Proud, of y^ 

Parish of Branspeth, Dioc. Dur. 
Aug. 17 Will. Eobson, of y'^ Parish of Chester in y'' Street, & Elianor 

Watson, of y'' Parish of Houghton in y® Spring. 
Aug. 19 Bartholomew Andrew & Jane Henderson, both of y^ Parish of 

Houghton Le Spring. 
Sep. 4 John Goodchild, of y" Parish of Bp. Wearmouth, & Grace 

Nicholson, of y^ Parish of Stairtou. 
Oct. 27 James Eeadshaw & Sarah Brown, both of All S*^^ in Newcastle, 

Dioc. Dur. 
Nov. 4 Eobert Smith & Joan Whight, both of y* Parish of Sunderland 

by y^ Sea, Dioc. Dur. 
Nov. 9 Jn" Brack, of y« Parish of Washington, & Marg^ Wheatly, of y*^ 

Parish of Houghton Le Spring. 

She dau. of George Ogle, gent., baptized 24 May 1698 at Wolsingham. 


1721 Nov. 11 G-eorge Priestly & Eliz. Carter, both of Parish of Chester in y^ 

Nov. 13 Jn" Douthwait & Dorothy Dixon, both of y" Chappelry of 

Nov. 17 Tho. Stothart, of y« Parish of Haughton, & Aime Leivers, of y« 
Parish of Houghton Le Spring. 

W°' Parthericke Turner, Sacrist. 
Nov. 28 Rob' Snaith, of the Parish of Grundon, and Eliz. Robson, of y« 

Parish of Sedgfleld. 
Dec. G Jos. Sisson & Esther Sisson, of the Parish of All Saints in 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Dioc. Dun. 
Dee. 13 Henry Heaviside & Isabel Briggs, of y« Parish of Hartinpoole, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Jan. 13 John Harrison & Eleanor Hobson, of the Parish of Chester in y« 

Street, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Peb. 1 Humphrey Norton,^ of y*" Colledge, & Ann Eyles, of the Parish of 
S' Oswald's. 
1722 Mar. 27 Edward Ayre, of the chappelry of S' Helen's, & Mary Eeadhead, 

of y^ Parish of AVhitworth. 
April 15 AV'" Milburne, of y*" Parish of Gateshead, & Marg' Newton, of y« 
Parish of S' Nicholas in Newcastle upon Tyne, Dioc. Dunelm. 
May 29 Rob' Heath & Jane G-raham, both of y« Parish of S' Nicholas in 

Newcastle upon Tyne. 
May 31 Tho. Wilson, of y« Parish of Fosset, Dioc. Ebor, & Eliz. Parrow, 

of y'' Parish of Brancepeth, Dioc. Dun. 
June 12 Dan. Albert, of y^ Parish of Gateshead, & Mary Procter, of y- 

Chappelry of Benwell, Dioc. Dunelm. 
June 15 Rob' Wheat & Catherine Claxton, both of the Parish of Hartle- 
pool, Dioc. Dun. 
June 19 Char. Nailor & Marg. Dawson, both of the Parish of S' Nicholas, 

June 30 Rob' Swalwell & Eliz. Smith, of the Parish of Easington, Dioc. 

July 5 Andrew Eorsaith & Dorothy Prockter, of the Parish of Ryton, 

Dioc. Dun. 
July 9 Rob' Milbourn & Eliz. Browell, of the Parish of Sunderland by 

Sea, Dioc. Dun. 
July 11 W'" Stell, of y« Parish of Monk-Weremouth, & Eleanor Harrison, 

of y« Parish of Houghton le Spring. 
July 21 Rob' Readhead, de Jarrow, & Is. Wilson, de Washington, Dio. 

AucT. 3 Edw^' Dickenson & Ann Ord, of the Parish of Sedgfield, Dioc. 


1 He, the son of Roger Norton by his first wife Catherine Hewitson, was baptized 1 Jan. 
1692-3 was organist of Sed-efield; he was buried 9 May 1726 at St. Oswald's. His wife Ann 
was dau. of Thomas Evles, of New Elvet, and was born on the 26 of March 1702. She re-marned 
22 June 1732, at St. Oswald's, " M' " Robert Clifton. [MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 



1722 Aug. 19 Tho. Golbouni, of y« Parish of St Nicholas, Newcastle upon Tyue, 

& Ann Hall, of the Parish of Elsdon, Dioc. Dun. 
Aug. 21 Thomas Elder & Jane Clark, of the Parish of Warkworth, Dioc. 

Sep. 2 Joshua Colledge & Mary Martindale, both of y^ Parish of 

S^ Nich., Durham. 
Sep. 5 Cuthbert Forster & Mary Watson,^ of the Parish of Wolsingham, 

Dioc. Dun. 
Sep. 11 Geo. Hewison & Mary Henderson, both of the Chappelry of 

All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne. 
Sep. 20 John Hall, of S' Andrew's Auckland, & Ann Nicholson, of y« 

Parish of Wolsingham. 
Sep. 27 Geo. Yane,~ Esq., of Long Newton, & Ann Machon, of y« 

Colledge, Durham. 
Sep. 30 Cuthbert Davison & Johanna Stukeley, of y« Parish of Tyne- 

mouth, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Oct. 8 Tho. Wake, of y« Parish of Sunderland by Sea, & Mary Shafto, 

of y® Parish of Gateshead, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Oct. 26 Obadiah Emerson, of y« Parish of Stanhope, & Hanna Dickinson, 

of y^ Parish of Alstone, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Oct. 27 W" Watson & Alice Dobinson, of y" Parish of Sunderland by 

Sea, Dioc. Dun. 
Nov. 11 Eob* Hawksworth & Marg^ Watson, both of y« Parish of Stranton, 

Dioc. Dun. 
Nov. 16 Eob* Makepeace, of y'= Parish of S' Nicholas, & Marg* Wilkinson, 

of y^ Chappelry of All Saints, widow, in Newcastle upon Tyne. 
Nov. 23 Rob^ Mitchinson & Prances Atkinson, of y« Parish of Lanchester, 

Dioc. Dun. 
Dec. 7 W'" Shaw & Muriel Green, both of y'= Parish of Darlington, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Dee. 10 Eob* Eamsey & Cath. Morisby, of y^ Parish of S* Nicholas, 

Newcastle upon Tyne. 
Dec. 11 John Errington, of y' Parish of Gosforth, and Aim Wright, of 

S* Andrew's, Newcastle sup. Tyna'. 
Dec. 26 John Webster, of y^ Parish of S* Nich., Newcastle upon Tyne, & 

Susanna Ayre, of y^ Parish of Gateshead, Wid., Dioc. Dunelm. 
Dec. 30 James Smith & Mary Barnes, of y" Chappelry of Lamesly, Dioc. 


1 She presumably a second wife, as " Abigail, wife of Cuthbert Forster," was buried 19 Jan. 
1720-21 at Wolsingham. 

- He eldest son of Lionel Vane, of Long Newton, co. Pal., Esq., and father, by this marriage, 
of the Rev. Henry Vane, of Long Newton, Prebendary of Durham (see the baptism of his dau. 
12 May 1769), who was created a Baronet 1782. See Pedigree of Vane, of Long Newton, 
Surtees. She younger dau. and coheiress of Gilbert Machon, of Lichfield and Durham, Esq. (see 
the second marriage of her mother 30 Sep. 1706, and Machon in Index). She was sole ex'or 
and residuary legatee of her father's cousin, the Rev. Gabriel Blakiston, Rector of Danby-upon- 
Wiske, Torks, whose will was proved at York 21 Aug. 1721, and inherited his share of his " cole- 
mines" at Axwell and Swalwell, 


1722 Jan. 21 John Carr& Mary Eewler, of y^ Parish of Stockdeii,Dioc. Deuelm. 
Jau. 31 Eob. Thompson & Jane Lodge, of y'= Parish of Darlington, Dioc. 

Feb. 21 John Benton, of y^ Parish of Stockton, & Jane Stephenson, of 

y^' Parish of Gateshead, Widow, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Mar. 6 David Kennebye, of y*" Parish of Stanhop, & Eleanor Moor, of 

y*^ Chaj^pelry of S* Margarett's, Durham. 

1723 April 1 Eichard Warren & Isabel Browai, Widow, of y® Parish of Bishop- 

Middleham, Dio. Dun. 
April 7 Geo. Laws, of y'= Parish of S' Nicholas, and Ann Taylor, of the 

Chappelry of All Saints, Newcastle sup. Tiuam, Dioc. Dunelm. 
April 23 John Dixon, of y'= Parish of Haughton, and Mary Bell, of y^ 

Parish of Staindrop, Dioc. Dun. 
May 6 Geo. Pur^^s & Marg* Hall, of y*= Chappelry of S' Andrew, 

Newcastle upon Tine. 
May 7 John Thompson, of y^ Parish of Chester in y® Street, and Grace 

Loftus,ofy^ Chappelry of S' Margarett's, Durham, Dioc. Dunelm. 
May 11 Robert Mitchinsou & Mary Thompson, of y'= Chappelry of 

S* Andrew's, Newcastle upon Tyne. 
May 15 Gerard Heckles & Isabel Pattinson, of the Parish of Gateshead, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
May 23 John Wascoe & Eliz. Bradely, of the Chappelry of Wittou upon 

Were, Dioc. Dunelm. 
May 30 Ralph Dunn & Eliz. Darnell, of the Parish of Lanchester, Dioc. 

June 3 Henry Stephenson and Eliz. Moffett, of the Chappelry of 

S' Margarett's, Durham. 
June 4 John Willans, of Hamsterly, and Mary Bell, of y® Parish of 

S' Andrew's Auckland, Dioc. Dun. 
June 8 Abraham Stout,^ of y*^ Parish of S'^ Nicholas, Durham, & Ann 

Brack, of y'' Parish of Branspeth, Dioc. Dun. 
June 8 Ralph Hodgson, of y'^ Parish of Sedgfield, and Fortune Dixon, of 

y<= Parish of Bishop-AVeremouth, Dioc. Dunelm. 
June 11 John Harrison & Mary Taylor, Wid., both of y* Parish of 

Haughton, Dioc. Dunelm. 
July 8 Welbery Winshipp- & Eliz. Harrison, of y^ Parish of Chester in 

y'^ Street, Dioc. Dun. 
July 9 William Morgan & Ann Grainger, of y^ Chapjjelry of Bernard- 
Castle, Dioc. Dun. 
July 29 John Graham & Ann Coulson, widow, of the Parish of Woking- 
ham, Dioc. Dun. 
Aug. 2 Nicholas Jefferson, of y^ Parish of Long-Newton, Dioc. Dunelm., 

and Ann Thompson, of the Parish of Crathorne, Dioc. Ebor. 
Aug. 31 Thomas Blenkinsopp & Susanna Rippon, Widow, of y^ Parish of 

Lanchester, Dioc. Dun. 

' The family of Stout, or Stott, has been long seated in Durham. 
2 He buried at Chester-le-Street 18 Aug. 1737. Of Whitehill, geut. 


1723 Sep. 17 Christopher Kitchiu & Marg* Grosier, of the Chappelry of S* 

Hilda (Shields), Dioc. Dun. 
Sep. 18 Eobert Major and Mercy AVinshipp, of the Chappelry of 8' Hilda, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Oct. 1(5 Joseph Stott & Mary Wilkinson, of the Parish of Darlington, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Nov. 9 Andrew Wood, of y^ Parish of Chester in y*^ Street, & Jane 

Selby, of y*^ Parish of Lanchester, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Nov. 28 Thomas Taylor & Catherine Lewin, of y^ Chappelry of A 11 Saints, 

New-Castle upon Tyne. 
Nov. 30 Thomas Parkin, of y" Parish of H^ Andrew Auckland, & Mary 

Browne, of y*^ Parish of Heighington, Dio. Dun. 
Dec. 14< Josej)h Turner & Mary Bell, widow, of y^ Chappelry of All- 
Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne. 
Jan. 10 Thomas Bailiffe & Esther Williamson, of y'^ Chappelry of All 

Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne. 
Jan. 25 James Dobson & Marg* Close, of the Parish of Kelloe, Dioc. 

Jan. 27 Edward Milbourne & Ann Heads, Wid"^', of y« Parish of Gates- 
head, Dioc. Dun. 
Feb. 2 John Wilkinson & Dorothy Simpson, of y^ Parish of Darlington, 

Dioc. Dun. 
Eeb. 6 Mark Farrow i & Mary Beckfield, of y« Chappelry of S' Helen's 

Auckland, Dioc. Dun. 
Feb. 6 Robert Bamblett, of y'^ Parish of Ecclescliffe, Dioc. Dunelm., and 

Mary Harker, of y'^ Parish of Stoxley, Dioc. Eborac. 
Feb. 15 George Craggs & Mary Layne, Wi''"', of y^ Parish of Esh, Dioc. 

1724 April 25 Thomas Marley, of y*^ Parish of Chester in y*^ Street, & Ann 

Corneforth, of the Painsh of Branspeth, Dioc. Dunelm. 
May 1 John Grainger, of the College, and Mary Errington,- of y" Parish 

of S* Oswald, Dioc. Dunelm. 
May 4 Eichard Paul, of y'' Parish of East Harlsley, Dioc. Ebor., and 

Jane Todd, of the Parish of Bolden, Dioc. Dunelm. 
May 23 Thomas Wheatley, of the Chappelry of Kimblesworth, and Ann 

Appelby, of the Parish of Merrington, Dioc. Dunelm. 
May 26 W'" Jackson, of y'= Parish of Horton, and Dorothy Ingah, of y'^ 

Parish of Sedgfield, Dioc. Dunelm. 
June 8 Samuel Ferguson & Jane BarroAvman, of the Parish of S' Nicholas, 

Newcastle upon Tyne, Dioc. Dunelm. 

' He of Ramshaw in Evenwood, and the name is spelt variously in the Registers. This was pro- 
babl}' his second marriage, as there are several children of his baptized before this date at St. Helen's. 
He appears to have been baptized 5 May 1678, the son of John Farrow by his marriage, 9 Sep. 1677, 
with Anne Bullock. William, eldest son of this Mark Farrah, Farrer, or Farrow, was baptized 
30 Aug. 1724, and other children follow. 

2 She was probably Mary, dau. of William Errington, draper-taylor, of St. Oswald's (who has 
several other children baptized there), and was baptized 25 Jan. 1693-4. 


172 J? June 27 Thomas Eidley & Margaret Marker, of the Parish of Merriiigtou, 

Dioc. Dun. 
July 25 George Edwards, ^ of the Chappelry of Baruard-Castle, and Anne 

Humble, of the Parish of Eyton, widow, Dioc. Uunelm. 
July 27 Tho. Craggs, of y" Parish of Bishop-Weremouth, and Hannah 

AUinson, of y*^ Parish of Houghton le Spring, Dioc. Dunelm. 
July 30 Jonathan Huck & Hannah Gamesby, of the Parish of Gateshead, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Aug. 21 John Newton & Eliz. Darnton, of the Parish of Staiudropp, 

Dioc. Dun. 
Aug. 25 John Seddon, of Manchester in y® County of Lancaster, & Hannah 

Linskill, of the Parish of S'' Nicholas in y*^ City of Durham, 

Aug. 27 John Eobinson & Isabel Wilkinson, of y® Parish of Whickham, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
8ep. 12 "W™ Kichardson & Jane Shipley, of the Parish of Morpeth, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Sep. 13 Geo. Shevill & Eliz. Turner, of the Parish of Boldon, Dioc. 

Oct. 9 Edward Brenkarn & Alice Metcalf, of y® Parish of Kirkby 

Stephen, Westmorland Dioc. 
Oct. 18 Anthony Taylor and Eliz. Langstaffe, of y® Chappelry of Witton 

Gilbert, Dioc. Dun. 
Oct. 20 Samuel Scroggs & Ann Smith, Widow, of the Parish of Houghton 

le Spring, Dioc. Dun. 
Oct. 22 Thomas Byers & Hannah Talentire, of y'^ Parish of Wolsingham, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Nov. 7 Cuthbert Eutter, of the Parish of Houghton le Spring, & Eliz. 

xlverick, of y*^ Parish of Chester-le-Street, Dioc. Dun. 
Nov. 21 W"> Whitfield & Mary Eeay, of the Parish of Houghton le Spring, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Nov. 24 Thomas Monkhouse, of y^ Chappelry of All Saints, Newcastle 

upon Tine, and Ann Marley, of y"^ Parish of Chester le Street, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Nov. 26 Ric. Lawson & Is. Hearde, of the Chappelry of Auckland 

S' Helen's, Dioc. Dun. 
Dec. John Bainbridge & Dorothy Botcheby, of y® Parish of S' Nicholas, 


^ He son of George Edward", of Barnard Castle, tanuer, who died intestate 1746, by his wife 
.... Garfoot. He married firstly Isabel Denison, and by her had several children, one of whom 
Isabella married General Hugonin, and was mother of General Hugonin, 4th Dragoons, and 
Charlotte, wife of Sir Roderick Impey Murchison, Bart., F.R.S. She was widow of ... . Humble, 
of Ryton-ou-Tyne (by whom she had a son Joseph Humble, whose dau. and heiress married 
Joseph Lamb, of Rj'ton, geat.), and dau. of ... . Ornsby, of Lanchester, co. Pal., although she 
is not placed in that ]iedigree in Longstnffe's " Histor}' of Darlington." She had several children 
by her second marriage. Mr. Edwards's brother Ambrose died s.p. 1745, having married Anne, 
dau. of Thomas Norton, of Grantley, co. York, Esq., aud aunt to the first Lord Grautley. 


172J; Dec. 22 Joshua Makepeace & Hannah Eansou, Widow, of y« Parish o£ 

Sunderland by Sea, Dioc. Dun. 
Dec. 26 Ealph Lax & Eliz. Bonner, of j^ Parish of Sunderland by Sea, 

Dioc. Dun. 
Dec. 26 Charles Gruy & Marg* Atkinson, of y'= Parish of Chester le Street, • 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Jan. 26 W" Curstt & Ann Waugh, of the Parish of Sunderland by Sea, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Feb. 2 Eichard Merrington & Eliz. Carter, of y« Parish of Long NeAvton, 

Dioc. Dun. 
Feb. 6 John Harrison & Eliz. Adamson, of y« Parish of Easingtou, 

Dioc. Dun. 
Feb. 6 Geo. Gibson, of the Parish of Whickham, and Ann Chapman, of 

the Parish of Houghton le Spring, Widow, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Feb. 23 James Walker, of Gibside in the Parish of Whickham, & Eliz. 

Coates, of y^ same Parish, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Feb. 27 George Barker & Isabel Sofley, of y*^ Parish of Jarrow, Dioc. 

Mar. 2 Tho. Bowry & Barbara Thumble, of y« Parish of Long-Benton, 

Dioc. Dun. 
1725 Mar. 31 John Todd, of the Parish of Aickliff, & Barbara Shipley, of y« 

Parish of Sunderland by Sea, Dioc. Dunelm. 
April 27 Newark Hudson ^ & Eliz. Hobson, of the Parish of Chester in 

the Street, Dioc. Dun. 
May 15 Edw. Eosby, of the Parish of Houghton le Spring, & Ann 

Mowbray, of the Parish of Chester le Street, Dioc. Dunelm. 
May 20 John Collingwood & Sarah Harland, of y'= Chappelry of Tanfield, 

Dioc. Dun. 
June 3 John Barras & Jane Dunn, of the Parish of Greatham, Dioc. 

June 29 W"' Taylor & Eliz. Baynes, Widow, both of the Parish of Sunder- 
land, Dioc. Dun. 
July 10 Eichard Thompson & Sarah Dawson, of y'' Parish of Gateside, 

Dioc. Dun. 
July 19 Matthew Ingram & Eebecca Jurdison, of y® Parish of Pittington, 

Dioc. Dun. 
July 27 Charles Hindmarsh & Sarah Cook, of the Parish of Sunderland, 

Dioc. Dun. 
Aug. 3 Nicholas Straker, of the Chappelry of All Saints, Newcastle, & 

Frances Williamson, of the Chappelry of S*^ Margaret's, Dur- 
ham, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Aug. 5 M'" Anthony Wilkinson,^ of the Parish of S* Margaret, and 
M""^ Deborah Machon, of the Colledge, Durham. 

1 [Matthew, son of Newark Hudson, buried 31 Dec. 1749 ; and Mr. Thomas Hudson, son of 
Mr. Newark Hudson, buried 11 Nov. 1770— Chester-le-Street.] 

- He was the eighth son of William Wilkinson and Margaret Taylor, and was baptized at 
Crossgate 19 Sep. 1684. He was a Justice of the Peace for the County Palatine, and was a very 


1725 Aug. 11 Michael Walton, of y« Parish o£ Kelloe, & Mary Usher, of y° 

Parish of Branspeth, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Aug. 24 John Hixon, of y^' Parish of Sedgfield, & Eliz. Johnson, of y^ 

Parish of S' Oswald, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Aug. 2G Jo. Stout, Lay Clerk, and Ann Yasey, both of y" Parish of 

S* Nicholas, Durham. 
Aug. 30 'I'ho. Johnson & Ann Evening, of the Parish of Barnard Castle, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Sep. 5 Tho. Cockaney & Jane Peers, of S*^ Nicholas, Newcastle upon 

Sep. 8 W™ Hinmers & Eleanor Horseley, Widow, of All Saints, New- 
castle upon Tine. 
Sep. 18 Israel Jeffryson & Grace Eutlis, of y'^ Parish of Sedgefield, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Oct. 10 Eobert Finch & Phyllis Forster, both of the Chappelry of Esh, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Oct. 10 Andrew Turnbull & Ann Shute, Widow, both of the Chappelry 

of All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Dioc. Dun. 
Oct. 13 Edward Eobson & Eliz. Eidley, of the Parish of Houghton le 

Spring, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Oct. 28 Tho. Eeed & Mary Cook, of the Parish of Seaham, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Dec. 4 Eob. G-elson & Hannah Corneforth, of the Parish of Pittington, 

Dioc. Dun. Married by Bryan Turner. 
Dec. 28 James Gregory & Eliz. Barker, Widow, of the Parish of All 
Saints, Newcastle upon Tine, Dioc. Dunelm. By M"" Waring. 
Jan. 2 Mich. Tayler, of the Chappelry of All Saints, Newcastle, & Eliz. 
Baynes, of y*^ Parish of Tinemouth, Dioc. Dunelm. By 
M"" Waring. 
Jan. 11 W"' Horseman! & Maxj Smith, of y« Colledge. By D"' Mangey. 
Jan. 13 W™ Maston, of the Parish of S' Nicholas, & Jane Brack, of y« 

Parish of Brandspeth ; by M' Waring. 
Jan. 15 Thomas Todd, of S' Hellen's Auckland, and Christian Furbank, 

of All Saints, Newcastle, Wid. 
Jan. 22 William Walton, of Kelloe Parish, & Elianor Whitfield, of y^ 

Parish of Pittington, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Jan. 23 Adam Eeavely, of All Saints, New-Castle, & Dorothy Hanby, of 

S* Nich., ibidem, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Feb. 10 John Metcalfe, of Lanchester, & Ann Layburne, of Tanfield, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Feb. 16 John Hodgson & Mary Gedlin, both of y* Parish of Bishop- 
Middleham, Dioc. Dun. 

wealthy man. He died on the 26th and was buried with his father in the south aisle of Crossgates 
28 March 1759. Will dated 3 April 1758 and proved at York. His wife the second dau. and 
coheiress of Gilbert Machon, of Lichfield and the City of Durham, Esq. She was buried 24 Sep. 
1775. Her will, dated 1 April 1771, was proved at Durham 25 Sep. 1775. [MS. Pad. by 
E. A. W.] 

' Also entered in Bow Register. 


1725 Feb. 23 Geo. Peacock, of the Parish of Sunderland, & Mary Hutchinson, 

of y*' Parish of Weremouth. 
Feb. 28 Anthony Hunter & Eliz. Chirk, of the Parish of Pittington, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Mar. 12 Thomas Clarke & Abigail Wilkin, of the Parish of Chester le 

Street, Dioc. Dun. 

1726 April 12 James Brankston & Jane Hall, of All Saints, Newcastle. 

April 16 John Ovington, of Brauspeth, & Marg* Metcalf, of Lanchester, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
April 28 Eowland Green, of Sunderland by Sea, & Barbara Eobinson, of 

y" College. 
April 30 W'" Atkinson & Hilda Hodgson, of Brandspeth. 
May 3 Thomas "Wreni & Ann Curry, of the Parish of Wolsingham, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
May 5 John Eicharby, of Croxdale, & Jane Brown, of Dalton, Dioc. 

May 21 Henry Thompson, of S* Andrew's, New-Castle, & Marg* Brittain, 

of Gateshead, widow. 
May 31 Eobert Eichmond, of Heighington, & Sarah Hutchinson, of 

S* Helen's Auckland. 
June 11 Geo. Toward & Eliz. Willows, of Cockfield. 
June 12 Peter Pattison & Ann Earl, of Morpeth. 

(These two last married by M'' Waring.) 
June 16 W™ Morgan, of y<= Parish of South Leath in Scotland, & Eliz. 

Green, of Houghton le Spring, Widow, Dioc. Dunelm. 
June 30 Samuel Watkin, of y« Parish of Bp. AVearmouth, & Mary 

Hogshon, of y^ Parish of Sunderland by y® Sea. 
July 12 Eob^ Willson, of Whickham, Dioc. Dunelm., & Dorothy Charlton, 

of Hexham, Dioc. Ebor. 
Aug. 18 John Wilkinson, of Staindrop, CI., & Eliz. Cole, of S* Mary le 

Bow in Durham. 
Sep. 3 John Brown, of Escomb, & Eliz. Almond, of Aukland S* Andrew. 
Sep. 7 Eob* Skelton & Jane Maddison, both of y^ Parish of Stanhope. 
Sep. 12 Tho. Davy & Ann Walton, both of y'' Parish of Sunderland by 

y« Sea. 
Sep. 25 Tho. Sayer, of Tarum, Dioc. Ebor., & Ann Butterwick, of Eggs- 
cliff, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Nov. 3 Will. Wilkinson & Catherine Metcalf, both of y« Parish of 

Nov. 5 Peter More, of y'' Chappelry of S* Margarett's, & Eliz. Dixon, of 
ye Parish of S' Nicholas in Durham. 

(Eob* Pigot, Sacrist, Nov. y^ 20**', 1726.) 
Jan. 8 Henry Lyddel & Mary Carr, both of y<^ Parish of Whickham, 
Dioc. Dunelm. ; by M"" Waring. 

1 Thomas Wren, ot Wolsingham. He died (according to tombstone at W^olsingham) 20 Sep. 
1771, set. 74. She was the dau. of William Curry, of Scotch Eales, gent., bj Barbara Walsh. 
She died (according to the tombstone) 28 Nov. 1770, set. 70. [MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 


1726 Feb. 18 Lively Busby^ & Elizabeth Wilkinson, of y'^ Pcarish of Pittington, 

were married by M'" Waring. 

1727 May 23 John Dixon & Jane Sharp, both of y^ Parish of S* Nicholas, 

July 25 John Hutchinson, of y^ Parish of S* Nicholas, & Jane Weddell, 

of y*^ Parish of S* Mary le Bow in y'= City of Durham. 
Sep. 9 John Potts & Mary Hornsby, both of y'^ Parish of S^ Nicholas, 


1728 April 21 Thomas Potter & Ann Brown, both of y« Parish of S' Nicholas 

in Durham. 
May 14 Edward Charlton & Ann Kell, both of y^ Parish of Brancepath 

in y^ County of Durham, Avere married by M'' Newhouse. 
June 9 George Wheatley & Mary Askew, both of y^ Parish of S* Nicho- 
las in Durham. 
June 11 John Spark & Ann Weams, both of y'^ Chappelry of Castle Eden, 

Dioc. Dunelm., were married by M^' Delaval. 
June 12 Thomas Clarke & Euth Watson, both of y" Parish of Gaiuf ord, 

Dioc. Dunelm., were married by M"" Delaval. 
June 15 William Orfeur & Mary Glassington, Wid., both of j'' Parish of 

S' Nicholas, Durham, were man-ied by M"^ Delaval. 
Eeb. 11 Thomas Hudson, of y^ Parish of Hartlepool, & Margarett Hobson, 

of Lumley Park in y« Chappelry of Chester le Street, Dioc. 

Mar. 7 Eobert Todd & Dorothy Ingoe, Wid., both of y^ Parish of Jarrow, 

Dioc. Dunelm., were married by M'" Simon. 

1729 April 19 William Wilson & Jane Dixon, both of y« Parish of Merrington, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Feb. 24 James Hesletine,- of y« Parish of S*^ Mary le Bow, Durham, & 
Frances Wheler, of y^ College, were married by M'^' Waring. 

1730 June 2 Eobert Whitf eild,'^ of y^ Parish of Wolsingham, & Osytha Wright, 

of y^ Parish of Brancepath, were married by D^" Eden. 

1 " Lively, son of Mr. Henry Busbie," was baptized at St. Oswald's (born 20 Dec. 1707) 6 Jan. 
1708-9. The father was probably a son or grandson of William Busby, of Cassap, gent., who 
married Mary, dau. of Rev. John Lively, B.D. (See note to baptism 12 Nov. 1625.) 

2 See his burial 23 June 1763. 

^ He the last heir male of his ancient family, seated at Whitfield in Northumberland from a very 
early time ; he is said, by his extravagancies, to have caused the ruin of his house. He was eldest 
son of Matthew Whitfield, of Whitfield, Esq., by his wife Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Robert Eden, of 
West Auckland, first Baronet. She, dau. of ... . Wright, was buried (" Osith Whitfield ") 
4 April 1752 at Wolsingham, where her husband lived in, and presumably built, a fine old mansion, 
"Whitfield House," still remaining. Elizabeth the dau. of this marriage, heiress of her line, 
married 29 Jan. 1750-51, at St. Andrew's Auckland (she then " of St. Oswald's par."), Hendry 
Hopper, of Wolsingham, gent., by whom she had twelve sons and seven daughters, and died at 
Sunderland 1807. This Mr. Hopper, elder brother of the ancestor of the Hopper-Williamsons 
(see "Landed Gentry"), appears to have been of quite a different family to the Hoppers seated 
at Todepotts in Wolsingham, temjK Henry VIII., represented by the late Rev. Edmund Hector 
Hopper, afterwards Shipperdson, J.P., D.L., of Hermitage, co. Pal., although the name of Hendry 
is common to both. The Hendry Hopper above (died 1796 at Wolsingham) descended from a 
John Hopper living at Shinclifl"e in 1574 as a tenant under the Dean and Chapter, and the Regis- 
ters of St. Oswald's swarm with Hoppers from that date. 



1731 Oct. 23 Eobert Shadforth, of y^ Parish o£ Sunderland by y" Sea, iS; 

Margarett Padman.^ of y« Parish of S* Nicholas, Durham. 
Oct. 23 Eobert Johnson & Dorothy Watson, of y« Parish of Stockton, 
Dioc. Dunelm. 

1732 April 20 John Hutchinson^ & Isabella Eichmond, both of y« Chappelry of 

S' Margarett's, Durham. 
May 3 Eobert Johnson, of y'' Parish of Houghton le Spring, & Mary 

Bell, of y« Parish of S* Mary le Bow in y« City of Durham, 

were married by M'' "Waring. 
May 16 James Watson & Winnifred Eeddish, both of y= Chappelry of 

S* Margarett's, Durham. 
Nov. 4 Michael Eobinsou, of y^ Parish of Brancepeth, & Elizabeth 

Trowlop, Wid., of y^ Chappelry of S* Marg"^ in y-^ City of 


1733 May 17 Joseph Porster^ & Elizabeth Tapp, both of y^ Parish of S' Mary 

in y'= South Bailey in y^ City of Durham. 
Sep. 14 Eobert Smith, of Whorlton in y« Parish of Gainford, & Margarett 

Harrison, of y'^ Parish of Staindrop, Dioc. Dunelm. 
Sep. 24 John Wilkinson & Mary Grent, both of y'' Parish of Sedgefield, 

Dioc. Dunelm. 
Nov. 9 Thomas Nicholson, of y^ Parish of Corbridge, & Susanna Willson, 

of y« Parish of Bywell S' Andrew's, Dioc. Dunelm., w^ere 

married by M^' Heme. 
Dec. 8 Eobert Hawksworth, of y« Parish of Strenton, & Margarett 

Noble, Wid., of y^ Parish of Sunderland by y^ Sea, Dioc. 

Dunelm., were married by M^' Bryan Turner. 
Jan. 31 The Eev'' M"" John Braufoot,* Minor Canon of this Church, & 

M" Mary Hall. 

1734 April 22 Peter Fea, of y^ Parish of Jarrow, & Sarah Beals, of y^ Parish of 

Monk Wearmouth, Dioc. Dunelm. 
June 4 John Hodgson & Dorothy Bell, both of y^ Chappelry of Witton 
le Wear in y® Diocese of Durham. 

' She dau. of Mr. Richard Padmau, barber. 

- He son of John Hutchinson, Esq., of Eramwellgate, Durham, who died 1715, being then 
Mayor, by Mary (marriage licence 6 Oct. 1706), dau. of Thomas Shadforth, of Durham, gent. 
He was buried at Crossgate 1 July 1749, and his will, dated 24 June 1749, was proved by his 
sister-in-law Elizabeth Richmond, as guardian to his younger son Christopher. See the marriage 
of his aunt Jane Hutchinson 2 Jan. 1704-5. She younger dau. and eventually sole heiress 
of Christopher Richmond, Esq., of High-head Castle in Dalston and of Catterlen in Newton, 
Cumberland, representative of the families of Vaux, of Catterlen and Tryermayne. She was 
buried in Crossgate Church with her husband and several of his ancestors and her mother 
27 Nov. 1746. Her present representative is Rear- Admiral Thomas Hutchinson Martin, R.N. 
(Medjidie 5th Class), of Bittern, Hants, J.P. 

3 See his burial 15 May 1767. 

'i He Master of the Grammar School, Rector of St. Mary's, and afterwards Vicar of Bossall, 
CO. York. He is called Jonathan by error in Surtees' Pedigree of Hall, vol. iv., part ii., p. 154. 
She (first wife) only dau. of John Hall of Hilton, co. Pal., gent., and sister of Anthony Hall, Esq., 
ancestor of the Standish family, late of Duxbury, co. Lancaster, and Cockeu, co. Durham. See 
baptism 23 Oct. 1771. 


1734 July 3 Ealph Emmersou & Dorothy Beacli, both of the Parish of Gain- 

forth in y^ Diocese of Durham. 

Sep. 5 George Stott & Mary Seclgewick, both of y'' Parish of ChcHter in 
y''- Diocese of Durham. 

Sep. 28 Peter AVatt & Jane Hudson, Widow, both of y« Chappelry of 
Hart le Pool in y'^ Diocese of Durham. 

Oct. 14 Thomas Grey & Margaret Blacket, both of y^ Parish of Sedge- 
field & Diocese of Durham. 

Dec. 3 Ealph Bird, of y^ Parish of Houghton le Spring, & EUzabeth 
Pewster, of y^ College in Durham. 

1735 Aug. 25 Richard Hayton, of y« Parish of Aisgarth in y^ Arch-Deaconry 

of Richmond, & Eleanor Bowes. 

1736 May 21 James Johnson & Ann xAisley, both of y° Parish of S' Nicholas 

in Durham. 
1738 Mar. 24 Thomas Hall, of Sunderland by Sea, Widower, & Mary Surat, 

of y"= College in Durham, were married by D"" Sharp. 

1741 Oct. 6 Heiu-y Ibbotson,^ of y*^ Parish of Leedes in y^ Diocese of York, 

Esq'', & M''s Isabella Carr, of y« Parish of S*^ Mary le Bowe in 
Durham, were married by M'" Randolph. 
Nov. 12 John Ridley & Isabella Bro\\Ta, Wid., both of y^ Parish of 
S' Mary le Bowe. 

1742 Sep. 4 Joseph Smith ^ & Ann Horseman, both of y« Parish of S* Nicho- 

las in Durham. 
Sep. 25 Robert Hull & Jane Laxe, both of y« Parish of S^ Nicholas in 

Nov. 4 Braems Wheler, of y« Parish of Little S' Mary, & Mary Smith, 

of y^ Parish of S* Mary le Bowe, were married by D"" Tho. Sharp. 

1743 June 23 John Coulson, of y*^ Parish of Sunderland, Widower, & Catherine 

Pinch, of y'^ Parish of S' Nicholas in Durham. 
Feb. 2 John Barnes, of y« Parish of Middleton in Teasdale, & Margaret 

Musgrave, of y^ College in Durham. 
Feb. 6 Tobit Finch & Mary Reah, both of y« Parish of S' Nicholas in 


1744 April 9 Robert White & Ann Reede. 

Aucr. 26 Thomas White & Ann Hutchinson, Wid., both of y" Parish of 
S* Nicholas in Durham, were married by M^ Huson. 

1745 April 20 James BuUock & Elizabeth Davy, both of y^ Parish of S^ Nicho- 

las in Durham, were married by M"^ Lamb. 

1 He created a Baronet in 1748. (See Burke's " Peerage and Baronetage.") She dau. of 
Ralph Carr, of Cocken, co. Pal., Esq. See that Pedigree in Surtees, vol. i. The second son of 
this marriage Henry Ibbetson married Miss Morton, who, as a widow, resided in the Bailey with 
her mother, her daughter, grand-daughter, and great-grandchildren, all occasionally being under 
the same roof at the same time. The Editor has considered this sufficiently curious and interest- 
ing to annex a tabular sketch of these five generations. Since he drew it up almost entirely from 
his mother's memory, the dates and circumstances have all been confirmed by Lady Northbourne, 
who writes that she herself visited her great-grandmother Mrs. Morton. (See page 81.) 

2 It will be noticed that from this date to Dec. 1748 nearly all the parties married are from 
St. Nicholas Parish. 


1745 June 29 William Middletou & Sarah Atkinson, both of y" Parish of 

!S' Nicholas in Durham. 
July 27 Ealph Bales & Jane Stott, Wid., both of y'= Parish of IS^ Nicholas 

ill Durham. 
Aug. 27 The Eev'^ M'' William Williamson, Minor Canon of this Church, 

& Catherine Hornsby, of y"^ Parish of S^ Nicholas in Durham. 
Nov. 16 Eichard Sommers & Mary Willson, AVid., both of y^ Parish of 

S' Nicholas ill Durham. 

1746 April 2 Eobert Wilkinson ^ & Ami Willson, both of y" Parish of S' Nicho- 

las in Durham. 
April 4 Patrick Sanderson ^ & Mary Dowson, both of y^ Parish of 

S*^ Nicholas in Durham. 
May 8 John Huntley & Catherine Nicholson, both of y* Parish of 

S*^ Nicholas in Durham. 
Nov. 13 William Brownbridge & Mary Pearce, both of y^ Parish of 

S' Nicholas in Durham. 
Dec. 2 Henry Wetherell,^ of y« Parish of S' Nicholas, & Mary Harle, of 

y'' College in Durham. 
Jan. 6 Wilham Watson & Hannah Wood, both of y« Parish of 

S*^ Nicholas in Durham. 
Feb. 21 James Mewburn,^ of y« Parish of Croft in y« Diocese of Tork, & 

Margaret iVisleby, of y'= Parish of Darlington & Diocese of 

Durham, were married by IM'' Lamb. 
Mar. 2 John Weybridge & Margaret Eashells, Wid., both of y« Parish 

of S' Nicholas in Durham. 
Mar. 2 Jose])h Simpson & Mary Wilkinson, both of y" Parish of Grates- 

head & Diocese of Durham, were married by M"' Williamson. 

1747 May 16 Joseph Wallis, of y^ Parish of Whickham, & Dorothy Marley, of 

y*^ College in Durham. 
June 4 George Bassnett & Margaret Eidley, both of y*' Parish of 

S'' Nicholas in Durham. 
June 25 John Bewes & Mary Charlton, both of y^ Parish of S' Nicholas 

in Durham. 

1 Robert Wilkinson, of Claypath, Durham, innholder, sixth and youngest son of Martin 
Wilkinson, of Crossgate, by his wife Elizabeth Rennison ; baptized at Crossgate 26 Jan. 1723-4 ; 
admitted free of Drapers' and Taylors' Companies 1745-6; buried at St. Nicholas, Durham, 
17 July 1792. [Aim Wilkinson, widow, died 3 and buried 6 Aug. 1802, aged 83. St. Nicholas 
Register.] [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

2 He was a well-known Durham bookseller, and published " Antiquities of Durham Abbey," 
1767. He married secondly Sarah, dau. of Humphrey Norton, Organist of Sedgefield. See his 
marriage 1 Feb. 1721-2. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

3 He the son of Cornelius Wetherell, by Margaret his wife, was baptized 1 March 1714 at 
St. Nicholas Church ; buried 23 July 1772. His wife was buried at St. Nicholas 8 Jan 177G. 
[MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

■* He a son of Thomas Mewburn, of Blackwell and DarHngton, who died ante 1760. She one of 
the three daus. and coheirs of Michael Aislaby, of Monkend, Darlington, tanner and gentleman, 
who died 15 Jan. 1762, and was buried in the nave of Darlington Church. See a Pedigree of 
Mewbukn (incomplete) in Longstatfe's " Darlington." [" Francis Mewburn, of St. Nich. par., 
and Elizabeth Hornsby of this par." married 9 May 1773 at Crossgate.] There was issue of the 
above marriage. 


1747 Peb. 13 George LaugstafEe, of Bishop-Auklaud, & Mary Shottoii, of y^ 

College iu Durham ; by D'' Sharp. 

1748 April 27 Ealph Taylor, of y^ Parish of Monk-Wearmouth, & Alice 

Bainb ridge, of y* Parish of S' Nicholas iu Durham. 
May 7 George Boue & Prances Aisley, both of y'^ Parish of S' Nicholas 

iu Durham. 
May 12 Thomas Johuson & Auu Eeah, both of y^ Parish of S' Nicholas 

iu Durham. 
Oct. 9 Thomas Chipchace & Elizabeth Willis, Wid., both of y« Parish of 

S' Nicholas in Durham. 
Nov. 5 Thomas Thomson, of y« Parish of Griudon, & Ann Moukhouse, 

Wid., of y^ Chappelry of S*^ Margaret, Durham. 
Nov. 13 Thomas Bulman, of y^ Parish of S' Nicholas in Durham, & Ann 

Bird, of y^ Parish of Houghton le Spring. 
Dec. 26 Eobert Wolfe ^ & Margaret Emmerson, both of the Parish of 

S* Nicholas in Durham. 

1749 Oct. 26 Luke Athey, of Sunderland, & Jane Hardy, of y^ College in 

Dec. 5 Francis Myddleton^ & Grace Smith, both of y^ College in Dur- 
ham. By D'' Sharp. 

1751 April 16 Thomas Attey & Hannah Dodds, both of y" Parish of Sedgefield 

iu y® Diocese of Durham. 
Nov. 2 Michael Arrowsmith & Mary Emmerson, both of the chapelry of 

Barnard Castle. 
Sep. 17 iVnthony Dobson, of y^ Parish of S' Giles, & Margaret Hunter. 

By M' Davison. 

1752 Jan. 15 W™ Boyes, of y'' Parish of Gisborough in y"^ County of York, & 

Ann Davison, of y^ Parish of Eedmarshall in y^ Diocese of 
Durham ; by vertue of a Licence granted by Tho^ Gyll, esq"", 

Feb. 4 George Emmerson, of y^ Parish of Eombald-kirk in y^ Arch- 
deaconry of Eichmond, & Alice Gascoigne, of the chajjelry of 
All-Saints in Newcastle upon Tyne ; by vertue of a Licence. 

Feb. 27 W'" Topham, of y^ Parish of Stranton in y^ Diocese of Durham, 
& Dorothy Linn, of Trimden ; by vertue of a Licence. 

April 28 Geo, Pickering, of Stockton, & Jane Baker, of S*^ Giles in 

May 16 Tho. Kilburn, of y" Parish of Witton le Wear, & Anne Buckton, 
of y^ city of Durham. By Licence. 

May 18 Nicholas Bryan, of y^ Parish of S*^ Nicholas in Durham, & 
Hannah Chapman, of y"^ same Parish. By Licence. 

May 18 Peter Burrell, of y^ Parish of S' Helen Auckland, & Margery 
Allinson, of y^ same Parish. By Licence. 

May 19 James Nicholson, of S' Mary Le Bow in Durham, & Jane Smailes, 
of y^ College in Durham. By License. 

1 A son of this marriage was Alderman John Wolfe, whose burial see 30 May 1832. 
^ See his burial 1 Au^. 1771. 


1752 June 9 Edward Dagnia,^ of y^ Chaj^elry of S' Hild's in y*^ Diocese of 

Durham, & Hannah Johnson, of y^ same. By Licence. 
June 30 John Porster,- of Peter's cheap & city of Loudon, & Marg* 

Wetherell, of S* Nicholas in Durham. By Nathan Wetherell. 
June 22 W"^ Simpson, of Middleton Tyas in y'' county of York, & Anne 

Peacock, of Dinsdale in y'= Diocese of Durham. By Licence. 
Oct. 24 John Dale,-^ of y« Parish of S' Oswald, & Lydia Maude, of y*" 

college in Durham. By Licence. 

1753 Jan. 29 Tho. Hunter, of y^ chapelry of all-S'S & Jane Cowle, of y« 

chapelry of S' Andrew in Newcastle. By Licence. 
Mar. 5 Benjamin Hunter, of S* Nicholas Parish in Newcastle, & Eliz. 

Eawlin, of S' Giles's Parish in Durham. By Licence. 
May 14 Joseph Thomlinson & Jane Gribbon, both of y® Parish of Wolsing- 

ham in y'^ Diocese of Durham ; by Licence. 
July 8 Tho. Smith, of y'' Parish of Seaham in y^ Diocese of Durham, & 

Prances Hilton, of y^ Parish & Diocese aforesaid ; by Licence. 
Dec. 6 W™ Cummiii & Ann Hills, both of y'= Parish of Grainford in y^ 

Diocese of Durham ; by License. 
Dec. 14 Geo. Morton, of y® Chapelry of S' John in Newcastle, & Prances 

Lowdon, of y® Parish of Stainton, both within y^ Diocese of 

Durham; by License. 
Dec. 22 Valentine Bowman & Mary Dent, both of y^ Parish of Stockton 

and in y* Diocese of Durham ; by Licence. 
Dec. 31 John Smiles, of all S'^ & EKonor Eobson, of S* Nicholas in New- 
castle uj)on Tyne ; by Licence. 

1754 Jan. 23 John Chrishop & Martha Eooksby, both of y^ Parish of Stockton 

& Diocese of Durham ; by Licence. 
Peb. 9 W Marshall & Jane Mofit, both of y« Parish of Brancepeth in y^ 

county of D"\ By Licence. 
Peb. 16 John Atkinson, of Staindroj), & Mary Marshall, of Brancepeth 

in y'^ County of Durham ; by Licence. 

' He a younger son of John Dagnia, gent., of South Shields, who bought the Cleadon estate 
in 1738, and died 21 April 1743, aged 63, and was buried at South iShields. The above Edward 
died 24 Sep. 1799 according to his M.I. at South Shields. He had a son Benjamin Clayton 
Dagnia, baptized 2 Deo. 1756 at Sunderland ; and " Jane, dau. of Edward Dagnia, gent.," was 
baptized 9 Oct. 1754 at St. Andrew's, Newcastle. Onesiphorus Dagnia (there were others of the 
name), of Newcastle gent., in his will dated 30 Sep. 1721, proved at Durham 24 March 1724-5, 
mentions his wife Margery ; Christopher and John, sons of brother John, deceased ; dear friend 
and relation John Dagnia ; brother-in-law Edward Johnson, upholsterer, and Hannah his wife ; 
nephew Edward Tounghusband, and nieces Susanna and Hannah Younghusband ; sister Hannah 
Johnson's children Edward, John, Elizabeth, and Rebecca ; and niece Elizabeth Hilton. 

- She was the dau. of Cornelius Wetherell by Margaret his wife. The clergyman performing 
was her brother and afterwards Dean of Hereford. [MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 

^ John Dale, baker, and Mary Maud were married 8 June 1737 at St. Oswald's, where his 
previous wife Jane was buried 25 Dec. 1736, and her children baptized. This presumably was 
his third wife. He died 24 Dec. 1757, set. 57, and was buried at St. Oswald's with a dau. Lydia. 
His M.I. affirms. 

This modest stone : "What few vain marbles can : 
May truly say : Here lies an honest man. 


1754 Mar. 21 Martin Duim,i of Bp. Auckland & Diocese of D°\ & Jane Le: pla, 

of y^ Chapelry of Croxdale in j" Diocese aforesaid. By 

1836 July 13 Henry Charles, Viscount Chelsea,-^ & Mary Sarah Wellesley, 

daughter of the Hon'''« & Eev'^ D'' Wellesley, were married in 
the Cathedral of Durham, by special licence, by me George 
Townsend, Preby of Durham. (This marriage is also register'd 
in the Church of S* Mary le Bow in the City of Durham.) 

1883 Aug. 2 Eobert Thornewill, Widower, Esquire, of the Abbey, Burton-on- 

Trent, son of Eobert Thornewill, Esqiiii-e, and Eliza Arabella 
Sarah Hamilton, Spinster, College, Durham, dau. of George 
Hans Hamilton, D.D., Archdeacon of Northumberland, Canon 
of Durham ; by Licence. 

1885 Oct. 1 Gerard Ford, Widower, Gentleman, Durham, son of John Eord 

(deceased). Solicitor, and Eanny Joan Atkinson, Spinster, 
Durham, dau. of Matthew Hall Atkinson (deceased). Ship- 
owner ; by Special Licence. 

1888 April 12 Hugh Lupton, Bachelor, Engineer, Leeds, son of Francis Lupton, 

Merchant, and Isabella Simey, Spinster, Durham, dau. of 
Ealph Simey, Solicitor ; by Licence. 

1889 July 30 Henry William Michelmore, Bachelor, St. Leonard's Eoad, 

Exeter, son of Henry Michelmore, Clerk of the Peace, Devon- 
shire, and Marian Simey, Spinster, The College, Durham, dau. 
of Ealph Simey, Clerk of the Peace, Durham ; after banns. 

1890 June 26 Percy John Heawood, Bachelor, Tutor of Durham Tniversity, 

Old Street, Durham, son of John Eichard Heawood, Clerk in 
Holy Orders, and Christiana Tristram, Spinster, The College, 
Durham, dau. of Henry Baker Tristram, Canon of Durham ; 
after banns. 

1891 April 23 Henry Eeginald Hutchings, Bachelor, Clerk in Holy Orders, 

1 [It is singular how the name of Martin runs through all the northern (and at least one com- 
pletely southern) families of Dunn.] 

■ [After this time the Marriage Act of 1754, prohibiting marriages except in places licensed 
for the performance thereof, came into operation. The Cathedral being extra-parochial, the 
Chapter never applied for it to be licensed until quite a recent period after the date up to which 
these Registers have been brought. Since then there have been three marriages, all of residents 
in the College. The marriage of Lord Chelsea, immediately following, was by a special licence 
from the Archbishop of Canterbury, which enables the parties to be married anywhere and at any 


3 He eldest son of Admiral Henry Charles Cadogan, third Earl Cadogan, whom he succeeded, 
as fourth Earl, in 1864. He was born 15 Feb. 1812, and baptized by the Rev. Matthew Arnold, 
Chaplain to the English Forces, 8 Oct. 1813 at Palermo, and afterwards, 4 Feb. 1814 at St. Luke's, 
Chelsea. He was a Privy Councillor, and died 8 June 1873 and was buried at St. Luke's, 
Chelsea. She, cousin to her husband, was born 29 Nov. (Lodge's " Peerage " wrongly says 15th), 
and baptized at Hampton Court 1 Aug. 1809, and was the third dau. of Dr. Wellesley, whose burial 
see 27 Oct. 1848. Lady Cadogan died 11 Feb. 1873 and was buried at St. Luke's aforesaid. See 
the burial of their eldest dau. 9 Oct. 1843, and baptism of another 4 April 1844. Their eldest son 
George Henry, present and fifth Earl Cadogan, was also born in the College, but was baptized at 
St. James, Westminster, 25 July 1840. 


Warter, Yorkshire, sou of AVilliam Henry Hiitcliiugs, Eector 
of Kirkby Misi^erton, and Dora Emily Body, Spinster, The 
College, Durham, dau. of Greorge Body, Canon of Durham ; 
after banns. 

1894 Jan. 23 Charles Waring Darwin, Bachelor, Major in the Army, The 
College, Durham, son of Francis Darwin, Gentleman, D.L., 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions, West Riding Torks, and Mary 
Dorothea Wharton, Spinster, Dryburn, Durham, dau. of John 
Lloyd Wharton, Gentleman, Chairman of Quarter Sessions, 
Durham, M.P., D.C.L. ; after banns. 

1894 Feb. 3 John Burnell, Bachelor, Gardener, The Bank's Mill, St. Mar- 
garet's Parish, son of John Burnell, Farmer, and Grace Greig 
Dall, Spinster, The College, dau. of Andrew Dall, Gardener ; 
after banns. 

1894 Aug. 13 Geoffrey Edward Hale, Bachelor, Physician, 26 High Street, 
Eton, son of Edward Hale, deceased. Clerk in Holy Orders, 
Assistant Master to Eton College, and Mary Kynaston, 
Sj)inster, The College, dau. of Herbert Kynaston, Canon of 
Durham ; after banns. 

1896 July 23 William Joseph CoUings Merry, Bachelor, Doctor of Medicine, 

1 Cleveland Square, Hyde Park, son of William AValter Merry, 
D.D., Eector of Lincoln College, Oxford, and Eleanor Charlotte 
Kynaston, Spinster, The College, Durham, dau. of Herbert 
Kynaston, D.D., Canon of Durham ; after banns. 



See Note (^) page 75. 

SSvEAH Bonner, duu. of Joseph Bonner, of Howden=rAndrew Morton. Buried 19 Aug 

Panns, Wallsend, Northumberland, gent. Baptized 
27 Autr. 1732 at Wallsend; married 16 June 1755; 
buried C' Sarah Morton, widow, of Durham ") 12 Aug. 
1828, aired 96, at Wallsend. 

Liviiiff, at the time of her death, with her daughter 
Mrs. Ibhetson, at 3 South Bailey, Durham. 



1798, aged 66. 

§ Mrs. Morton used to recount 
to her descendants the passing 
throui^-h Newcastle of the Scotch 
troops in 1745. As she would then 
be thirteen years old she would 
well remember it. 

GeIce Ord Morton. Baptized 29 June=rHenry Ibhetson, of St. Anthony's Newcastle 

LtKALJI Kjiiu iyi-Kjai^j. . _ 1 „„„„„^1 <,„,i r^f Sir TTpnrv Thbfttson. first 

1756 at Wallsend ; married 1784. 

Livitiff a iridow in 1828 with her mother 
and daughter at 3 South Bailey. 

Esq., second son of Sir Henry Ibbetson, first 
Bart., by his marriage with Isabella, dau. of 
Ralph Carr, of Cocken, Esq. 

IsabL.. GH.C.IBB.TSON. elder dau. and -'---■-S*?>t,™""El.''S.'" "^ 

Married 21 July 1804. , -„ ., 

Visiting with her mother in 1828 at South Bailey. 

CO. Durham, Esq., M.P. (See 
Landed Gentry—'' Carr-Ellison.") 

IV. 1. Isabella CAEOL]NE=r(Hon.) 

Ellison, eldest dau. and 
coheir. Born 1805 ; 
married 30 Oct. 1824. 

Used to visit with her 
mother, and accompanied 
by her child,' at her 
grandmother Mrs. Ibhet- 
son s house in the South 
Bailey 1828. 

as fifth 
Lord Ver- 
non in 

2. HENRiETTA=pWilliam 
Ellison. Mar- Henry 
ried Jan. 1824. ' Lambton, 
Used to visit ' ofBiddick 
her grandmother Hall, CO. 
Mrs. Ibhetson Durham, 
at South Bailey, Esq., bro- 
accompanied by • therof the 
her children, in \ first Lord 
1828. Durham. 

3. Louisa, Viscountess 
Stormout. =t= 

4. Laura Jane, Lady 


5. Sarah Caroline, 
Lady Northbourue. 

Caroline Maria Vernon, eldest child.=r(Rev.) Frederick 

Born 2 Jan. 1826 ; married May 1845 

Used to accompany, as an infant, her 
mother when visiting her {C. M. Vernon's) 
great-grandmother Mrs. Ibhetson. Mrs. 
Anson herself is a grandmother now 

Anson, Canon of 
Windsor. (See 
Burke's Peerage 
— '■ Lichfield, 
Earl of.") 


Henry Ralph Lambton, 
eldest child. Born Nov. 

Used to accompany, as a 
child, his mother when visit- 
ing his great-grandmother 
Mrs. Ibhetson at South 
Bailey. =p 

This is a remarkable instance of the number of generations of one family known to one 
person-the Editor's mother, whose father's town house in Durham was also in the South Bailey, 
Number 8 She has seen, and remembers distinctly, all the five generations set forth above ; and 
what is more remarkable and perhaps uninstanced-at any rate in the higher classes-a« 
occasionalU, residing at the same time under one roof Mrs. Ibbetson lived in the Sou h Bailej 
and with her mother Mrs. Morton, then very old. Mrs. Ellison, her daughter, frequently visited 
her and sometimes Mrs. Ellison's daughters and their children, there being thus at those 
times five generations under the same roof, and three generations of grandmothers, m^. Anson, 
who made the fifth generation, is now herself a grandmother, so that, should the Editor s mother 
meet Mrs. Anson's children and grandchildren, she would have known seven generations of the 
family, and could say to the last, " I remember . our grandmother's grandmother s grandmother 
The period here referred to would be, say, 1824 to 1828, the date of Mrs. Morton s deah. 
Mrs Ibbetson's house, the only one in Durham which externally has any claim, architecturally 
speaking, to be termed a " mansion," was previously the town house of the Edens in the days 
when the county gentry wintered in Durham for " the season," and it was afterwards the property 
successively of Mrs. Fawcett, Mr. Hopper (later by change of name f "W;f 7)'^,;"^^^^.^;^ 
W^illiam Henderson ; and since {quantum mutatus ah illo !) it has been used by the University for 
lodging students, and again as a Girls' High School. 



1611 Peb. 4 Edwarde Smythe/ Organisteof this Church, buryed the 4 daye of 

Februarie, Anno D'ni Jacobi Eegis 9°, Aimoque D'ni 1611. 
1613 April 24 Anne Stobert,^ dau. o£ M'' Eichard Stobert, was Buried the 24"' 
of Aprell 1613. 
July 19 John Barnes,^ Esquier. 

Nov. 27 Tymothy Colmer,-^ sonne of M'' Docter Colmer, one of the pre- 
bends of this church. 
1615 Mar. 8 Henrye Philpot/ sonn of M' John Philpot, peticannon in this 
Mar. 17 George Lightfoote,^ Esquier, was Buried the 17"' (19 written 
above the 17) of March Anno 1615. 

' See the baptisms of his children, the first three entries in the Register. He is the third 
organist that occurs, counting John Brimley, whose quaint M.I. see in Carlton's "Inscriptions," 


2 The marriage licence of her parents is dated 6 Dec. 1609. This was the father's only child. 
The mother Elizabeth, dau. of Stephen Hegg, Notary Public (see his burial 16 Feb. 1627-8), 
re-married 25 April 1611, at St. Mary's, Toby Ewbanke, Esq., of Staindrop, co. Pal. (see 
EWBANKE Pedigree, which this adds to, Surtees, vol. iv., part i., page 141), and made her will 
1 Aug. following, and died same month, being buried 25 Aug. at the Cathedral, according to the 
missing Register. 

3 Also registered at St. Mary-le-Bow. He was son of Richard Barnes, Bishop of Durham 
1577—1587 (who is buried in the Choir), by his first wife Fredismund, dau. of Ralph Cifford, 
of Claydou, Bucks, Esq. He was Clerk of the Peace of the Palatinate, and died unmarried. His 
will, dated 18 July 1613, the day before his death, adds nothing to the Bishop's pedigree in 
Surtees. Mr. Edward Huttou and Mr. Barnaby Hutchinson were Ex'ors. One of the testator's 
brothers was named Barnaby, and it is possible that there was a relationship between the Barnes 
and Hutchinson families. The Bishop's second marriage is recorded at St. Oswald's thus : 
" Rychard Barnes, Bysshop of durham, & Jane dyllycote a french woman were maryed at his 
castle in durham vpou Wednesday in the seconde weeke of lent, beinge the .xxij of march a° 1582." 
This lady re-married Dr. Leonard Pilkington, brother of Bishop Pilkington, her husband's pre- 
decessor on the Palatinate throne. 

•* Tenth sou of Rev. Clement Colmore, LL.D., Prebendary and Chancellor of the Diocese (see 
his burial 20 June 1619), by his second wife. He was born 18 Dec. 1591, and baptized at 
St. Mary-le-Bow. Sir Timothy Hutton, of Marske, Knt., Anne, Lady Calverley, of Littleburne 
(son and dau. of Dr. Hutton, then Bishop of Durham), and Thomas Chaytor, Esq., being 


5 The parents (" S'' Jolin Philpott and Jane Wrangham ") were married 13 July 1595 at 
St. Mary-le-Bow. The father was appointed Perpetual Curate of Whitworth 1599, and was 
buried 8 Jan. 1619-20 at St. Oswald's. [The marriage, 14 July 1592, of John Phylpott and Jane 
Ferelesse occurs at St. Oswald's.] 

« This burial, as " in the abbey," is also registered at St. Mary-le-Bow under 19 March. He 
was Counsellor-at-Law and son of Simon Lightfoote. In Jan. lGOl-2 he acquired the manor of 
Greystones, co. Pal., from Francis Tunstall, of Scargill, Esq. His will, dated 1 July 1615, 
mentions his nephews William Smith, Counsellor (see his burial 17 Dec. 1631), James Smith, 


1616 Juue M"-^ Margarett Walter,^ widdow of Thomas Walter, o£ Whitwell, 

Mar. 19 James Philpot,- soun of John Philpott, petycamion in this 

1617 May 12 William James,'^ Bushope of Durhame, JEtat. 75. 

Mar. 22 M"^ Anne Huton,^ wife of M'^ Edwarde Huton, Balife of the 
broughe of Durham. 

1618 Dec. 5 John Emmerson, gentelmau, was buried in the cathedrall 

church of Durham. 

1619 June 20 Clemens Colmore,'^ legu' doctor, prebendarius & cancellarius in 


John, Simon, George, and James Liglitfoote, sister Elizabeth, Anthony Dodsworth, brother 
James Lightfoote, deceased, and two daughters of his late sister Rydale. He left £20 to erect a 
school at Barnard Castle. 

' She was previously widow of the Rev. Ralph Lever, Master of Sherburn Hospital 1577—1585. 
Her second husband was as above. [Surtees, vol. i., p. 82, has this wrong.] Her will is dated 
18 May 1616. She desires " to be buryed in the cathedrall neere my late first husband," and 
mentions her son Ralph Lever ; to Mr. Robert Lawrence " a silver cupp guilt,'" dau. Thomazuie 
Lawrence, dau. Jane FoUonsby "a silver tunu and £20," dans. Elizabeth Barton, Margareit 
Egglestone, and Jayne Watson ; to Thomas, son of Robert Lawrence, her husband's signet ring ; 
to Mr. Samson Lever 20 nobles ; son William Dixon ; to Anthony Maxton, of Sherburn-honse, 
£10 for a token; sons Robert Lawrence, Henry FoUonsby, Edward Barton, and Christopher 
Lever, Clerk, Ex'ors. 

■ See his brother's burial 8 March 1615-16. 

•■* Said to have been born at Little Ore, Staffordshire. He was the son of John James, gent., 
of that place, by his wife Lienor, dau. of William Bolt, of Sandbach, Cheshire. Entered at 
Christ Church, Oxon, 1559; Master of University College 1572 ; Archdeacon of Coventry 1577 ; 
Dean of Christ Church 1584 ; Dean of Durham 1596 ; elected Bishop of Durham 5 Aug. and 
consecrated 2 Sep. 1606. His tenure of the See was uneventful, but we learn that in his 
" hospitallitie, which is a speciall grace in a Bishopp," he appears to have been very sparing ; and 
he made enemies of both the county gentry and the citizens of Durham by his opposition to 
reform and his refusal to consider their petition to be represented in the Parliament of the 
country. He entertained King James L in May 1617, and Surtees relates that His Majesty 
" scolded him [probably with reference to his difference from the Durham burgesses] so roundly 
and roughly on the 8"' May, in his own castle at Durham, that he retired to Auckland and died 
of a violent fit of stone and strangury, brought on by perfect vexation three days afterwards 
[11"']." His will is dated 2 Oct. 1615. He was thrice married. By his first wife Catherine, 
dau. of William Risby, Mayor of Abingdon, Berkshire, he had an eldest son (who died vita patris), 
William James, M.A., of Christ Church, Oxon, Public Orator of that University. The Bishop 
was buried near the entrance to the Cathedral Choir. The brass is gone, but the epitaph may be 
read in Browne Willis's " Cathedrals." His arms remain on a mantelpiece in one of the state 
rooms of the Castle. 

^ She was dau. of Francis Lascelles, Esq., of Allerthorpe, co. York, and wife of Edward 
Hutton, Esq., B.C.L., Bailiff of the City of Durham 1615. Mr. Hutton was son of John Hutton, 
of Streatlam, co. Durham. His will bears date 7 Nov. 1629, and he was buried in Bishop Middle- 
ham Church 10th id. men., aged 72, his epitaph there recording : " Hsec juris prsecepta, honeste 
vivere, alteram non laedere, jus suum cuique tribuere, hie juris peritus calluit." The baptisms of 
several children of Edward Huton (probably the same) appear in the Registers of St. Mary-the- 
Less. See the marriage of a great-granddau. 19 Feb. 1684-5. 

5 He, LL.D., was installed Prebendary of the eleventh stall 9 May 1590, and was Chancellor 
of the Diocese for thirty-seven years. He was second son of WilHam Colmore, of Birmingham, 
CO. Warwick (by Joan, dau. of Henry Hunt, of Tamworth), and grandson of another William, of 



















1619 Dec. 25 Anna Hegge,^ uxor Stephani Hegge, sepulta est in ecclesia 

cathedral! Dunelm. \acesimo quiuto die mensis Decembris (in 

die natalis D'ni) 1619. 
Margaret, dau. of John Davies, Pettie-cannon of this Church. 
M"" Jo. Rangall,- laye singingman of this cathedral church. 
M"" Joseph Pilkintou,-^ of Middleston, was buried in this cathedral 

Nicholas Shelf eild. 
M'' Thomas {John erased) Burden, servant to y^ right Reverend 

father in Grod Kiched, Lo. Bushope of Durham. 
Edward Bussye,^ lay singingman of this cathedral Church. 
M^' Robert Murrey,-^ Pettie can'on of this church. 

Birmingham, by his wife A. Lane. The Cohnore Pedigree, commencing with the Chancellor's 
father, appears in the " Visitation of Warwickshire, 1619 " (Harleian Society's Publications, 
vol. xii., p. 335). Dr. Colraore was named by the Privy Council, Sep. 1596, to accompany Toby 
Mathew, Bishop of Durham, and meet Commissioners from the King of Scotland to settle 
disputes and disorders. In his will, proved at York, he desires to be buried in the Cathedral 
"betwixt my two wives." His second wife (to whom, according to a MS. note of Sir Cuthbert 
Sharp, he was married 8 Jan. 1579) was Mary, dau. of Thomas Barnard, of Purton, co. Oxford. 
She died in child-bed 1592, and Dean (afterwards Bishop) Mathew preached her funeral sermon 
from Gen. xxxv. 16-21. [The burial occurs at Richmond, Yorks, 25 Jan. 1587 of " Isabel, ux. 
Clem. Cowlemer."] Dr. Colmore had a very large family. See the burial of his tenth son 
27 Nov. 1613. 

^ She was dau. of Robert Swyft, LL.D., Spiritual Chancellor of Durham, and wife of Stephen 
Hegg, Notary Public, of Durham, whose burial see 16 Feb. 1627-8. Her father and mother were 
both buried in the Cathedral. The latter Anne, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Lever, Master of 
St. John's College, Cambridge, and Master of Sherburn Hcsjiital, near Durham, and sometime a 
sufferer by the Marian persecution, made her will 12 Nov. 1607, which was proved by the above 
Anne Hegge, sole Executrix, 6 May 1609. 

- John Rangall was appointed, 22 Oct. 1582, Song Master " to exercyse and have y'' said schole 
and the yearlye stipende thereunto belonginge so longe as he shall honestlye behave himself 
therein." He was Master, not of the Choir School, but of Bishop Langley's Song School, other- 
wise the " Petty School," the " Schola puerorum," the " Schola pro piano cantu et arte scribendi." 
(The Second Mast--r of the present Grammar School is, as it were, the successor of John Rangall.) 
His burial is also registered at St. Mary-le-Bow, but there as on the 8th. See his son's burial 
1 April 1635. 

■'* Son of Leonard Pilkington, D.D., Master of St. John's College, Cambridge, Rector of 
Whitburn and Prebendary of the seventh stall, who was younger brother of James Pilkington, 
Bishop of Durham. He married Anne (baptized at St. Andrew's Auckland 30 April 1573 ; living 
1628), dau. of William Trotter, of Helmedon, co. Pal., gent, (see "Visitation of Durham, 1615 "), 
by his wife Catherine Saunders, and by her had several children whose baptisms are registered 
at St. Andrew's Auckland. In his will he desires burial in the Cathedral near his mother; his 
wife Anne sole Executrix. See his sister Mrs. Hutton's burial 23 Sep. 1632. 

■* [" M" Jayne Bussie, wedow, verie aiged," buried 6 Aug. 1624 ; and " M"' John Bussie, 
Esquire and Counsellor in law," buried 8 March 1607-8. St. Oswald's Register.] 

* He was baptized 12 March 1594-5 at St. Giles, where his parents William Murrey and 
Elizabeth Ord were married 20 April 1591. The father was Curate of St. Giles 1584, and after- 
wards Vicar of Pittingtoii, succeeding in 1594 his uncle Robert Murrey, a Minor Canon and 
Under Master of the School. The Robert here buried married 23 Jan. 1620-21, at St. Mary's, 
Barbara, dau. of Jarard Hopper. His tombstone, now gone, described him as dying aged 29, 
10 Nov., and his merits in the hexameter — 

" Ingenium, pietas, candor, sapientia, virtus, 
Cuncta tibi, juveni, juncta f uere simul." 










1623 Nov. 18 Robert Cowper,i lay singiugmau of this church. 

The. Humble, lay siugiugmau of this church, was buried iu the 

church Novemb. 25, 1623. 
M'' Aiithouie Cradock^ was buried in the cathedral church. 
Richerd,-^ somie of M'" James, Prebeudarie. 

^ His burial is also recorded at St. Oswald's — " a verie honest, grave and wise nighbore, in the 
abbaie church yard." He married firstl3^ 25 July 1591, at St. Mary's, Elizabeth, dau. of John 
Home, who was buried 9 June 1592, the same day her infant twin sons Matthew and John were 
christened at St. Mary-le-Bow. He married secondly 19 Aug. following, at " Madlen chappell," 
but registered at St. Oswald's, Margaret (buried " wedowe, aged," 13 Aug. 1641 at St. Oswald's), 
dau. of Robert Brantingham (he was buried 18 March 1600-1 at St. Oswald's). His will is dated 
11 Nov. 1623, and he desires burial at St. Mary's in the North Baile}' (otherwise St. Mary-le- 
Bow, which at this time buried her dead in the Cathedral yard), " nigh the great north window 
of the cathedral church." He mentions his wife Margaret, son Matthew at the University of 
Oxford, Master of Arts, and son John. Matthew Cooper the elder son matriculated at Magda- 
len College (described asjil.pleb.), and graduated B.A. 3 July 1616. He appears to have been 
deprived of his commons for a day, 30 Aug. 1618, " quod campanas puLsaverit inter boras undeci- 
mam et duodecimam nocturnas." (Bloxam's " Register of Magdalen College," 1857-) He was 
Curate of St. Oswald's and Vicar of Dalton-le-Dale 1621 — 1662, when he resigned. He married 
9 Oct. 1620, at St. Mary's, Alice Kyrby, and two of their children Francis and Matthew were 
christened at St. Oswald's 28 Aug. 1622 and 20 Feb. 1626-7 respectively. The Vicar had at least 
one dau. Katherine, buried 3 July 1645 at Esh, and another son Isaac Cooper, who married 4 May 
1654, at Bishopwearmouth, Margaret, dau. of George Taylor, of Monk-Hesilden, and his will, as "of 
Elvet, surgeon" [buried 5 July 1697 at St. Oswald's], dated 4 March 1695-6, names his sons Francis, 
Robert, to whom his books, and Thomas, to whom a shilling, and dau. Catherine, Executrix. 
John Cooper, second son of Robert the singing-man, made his will 25 Dec. 1630 as " of Elvet, 
yeoman," and desires burial at St. Oswald's [buried 31 Dec. 1630, "a verie honest younge man "], 
near his grandfather John Home [" John Home buried 9 Dec. 1683 "] ; and he mentions his 
brother Matthew, " to whom my filial porc'on, which my mother-in-law hath yet unpaid," and 
his (Matthew's) wife Alice. There are many entries relating to these Coopers at St. Oswald's. 
There was another family of Cooper, very probably related, of whom Robert Cooper, Esq., 
Steward of the county Palatine, etc. (" vir pius, prudens, pacificus, variis officiis ac negotiis 
publicis decoratns "), entered his pedigree and had a confirmation of his arms by St. George in 
1615. To him Surtees (vol. iv., part ii., p. 150) has ^vrongly affiliated the Matthew baptized as 
above 9 June 1592, but the Register of St. Oswald's clearly states that " Mathe Cooper and John 
Cooper, sons to Robin Cooper, Avere christened in Bow church, & there mother buried y^ same 
day." Fit. pleh. decides to which Robert he was son. 

- Of Woodhouses, Auckland, Esq., second son of John Cradock, of Newhouses, Baldersdale, 
CO. York, and afterwards of Gainford, co. Pal. (by his wife, Anne, dau. of Anthony Latus, of 
Beck, Cumberland), and brother of Dr. John Cradock, Archdeacon of Northumberland, whose 
burial see 30 Dec. 1627. He married firstly .... dau. and sole heiress of . . . . Dickinson, of 
Salthouse, Cumberland, and had by her Joseph, of Bishop's Auckland (baptized 26 Ma}^ 1594 at 
St. Andrew's Auckland, his father then " of the deanery "), who married at St. Andrew's, 10 June 
1622, Margery Mawker, but died s.p., desiring burial near his mother at St. Helen's Auckland ; 
Cuthbert, baptized 1 Sep. 1598 at St. Andrew's ; and Mary, wife of Richard Curteis, of Durham, 
stationer, whose burial see 30 June 1670. Anthony Cradock married secondly Ann Williamson, 
of St. Helen's Auckland (where there was a respectable family of the name long settled), who 
administered to her husband Jan. 1629-30, and by whom he had William [buried 28 Feb. 
1711-12?], and whose dau. Catherine was buried 12 Sep. 1716; Timothy, George, and John, all 
living 1633 ; Grace, buried 22 Jan. 1678-9 ; Rachel, buried 10 Feb. 1695-6 ; and (perhaps) 
Elizabeth, buried 5 April 1706, all at St. Andrew's. See Pedigree of Ceadock in Surtees, to 
which all this adds, vol. iv., part i., p. 13. 

3 See his baptism 7 July 1622, and his father's burial 21 Jan. 1659-60. 


1624 Aug. 8 M"" Richard Cradocke.^ 
Nov. 27 M'- Doctor Birkett.2 

1625 July 9 M'' Hurr. Neele. 

1626 Aug. 9 Richerd,"' sonue of M"' Pleasance. 

Mar. 20 M''^ Anne Richardson/ the wife of M'' John Richardson. 

1627 April 12 Thomas Tyler, Lay singing man of this church. 
April 12 Robert Grinwell,"^ Lutenist. 

April 12 James,*' sonue of M'" Worlich (minister), was buried the said 12*^^ 
day of Aprill (hi tres simul fuerunt sepulti die scilicet 12° 
Aprilis 1627). 

May 21 Jane,^ dau. of M'' Thomas Wrighte. 

Dec. 30 Johannes Cradocke,« Sacrae Theologise p'fessor, Prebendarius, et 
dioces. Dunelm's Cancellarius in Spiritualib', morte' obiit 28" 
die Decembris, et sepultus fuit 30° die ejusdem mensis. 

1 Of Durham, Esq., Couiisellor-at-Law, eldest son of Dr. Cradock, Prebendary, whose burial 
see 30 Dec. 1627; baptized 10 April 1592 at Gainford; married 3 June 1619, at Pittington, 
Dorothy, eldest dau. of Thomas Heath, of Kepyer, Esq., by whom he had 1, Margaret, baptized 
21 March 1620-21 and buried 8 June 1630 at St. Giles ; 2, Dorothy, baptized 2 Dec. 1621 at 
St. Mary-le-Bow and probably died young ; 3, Anne, his heiress, christened 22 July 1623 at 

St. Oswald's (sponsors, " Mr. John Heethe the younger, mrs Mydforth, and mrs. Francis 

Hilyard "), who married John Harrison, of Scarborough, Yorks, and had issue. 

" He was D.D., and installed in the sixth prebend 14 July 1619, but removed (installed 
5 Aug. 1620) to tenth prebend, in which at his death he was succeeded by Dr. Cosin, afterwards 
Bishop of Durham ; Vicar of Egglescliffe 1610, and Vicar of Winston 1620. By his will, dated 
24 Nov. 1624, he leaves to his dear wife Alice lands in Aislaby, co. Durham, for life, and makes 
her Executrix; mentions his dear mother Mary Birkhead, sister Mary Birkhead, brother 
Nathaniel Birkhead, to whom the Aislaby property was to go, sister Mary Bull and nephew 
Thomas Bull, sister Barber and her dau. Bridget Barber and her other five children, sister 
Thomson's children, sister Arrowsmith, sister Mrs. Place, Mr. Robert Place, and Mr. Lampton. 
Dr. Birkhead's wife was Alice (baptized at Dinsdale, co. Pal., 1561), dau. of Robert Place, of Dins- 
dale, Esq., and was living 1037. Her sister Mary is the " sister Arrowsmith " in the Doctor's 
will. " Mrs. Mary Birkhead, mother unto Mr. Doctor Birkhead, late Parson of Egslife," was 
buried at Egglescliffe about Feb. 1629. She presented a Bible to that church. 

3 He Avas baptized at St. Mary's 22 May 1625, being the second son of Robert Pleasance, Esq., 
of the South Bailey, whose burial see 14 May 1635. 

■» She was dau. of Richard Johnson of Durham. See her husband's burial 7 Feb. 1639-40. 

* Of the Cathedral Choir, no doubt. His burial is also registered at St. Marj-le-Bow, where 
occurs the bai)tism of his son John 10 Aug. 1623; the baptism 18 Jan. 1619-20, and the burial 
26 April following, of his dau. Elizabeth ; and the burial 21 Dec. same year of his dau. Margaret. 

6 Baptized 31 Oct. 1626 at St. Mary-le-Bow, where the name is spelt Woldrige. There also is 
the burial. 17 March 1624-5, of George, sou of John Worliche. Perhaps Timothy, son of John 
Worley, baptized at same church 23 Nov. 1621 is another child. 

7 Baptized at St. Mary's 10 Oct. 1627. She was the eldest child of Thomas Wright, Esq., by 
his wife Jane Hutton, whose burial see 5 Oct. 1635. 

8 Said to have been poisoned by his wife, for which she was tried but acquitted. He was 
third son of John Cradock, of Newhouses, Baldersdale, co. York (see his brother's burial 12 Jan. 
1623-4) ; Vicar of Gainford 1594 ; Archdeacon of Northumberland 1619, but resigned it 6 Aug. 
same yelr, on being appointed Spiritual Chancellor to Bishop Neile, and was installed in the fifth 
prebend 18 Aug. (collated 7 Aug.) same year ; and a Justice of the Peace. His wife was 

Margaret, dau. of William Bateman, of Wensleydale, and widow of Robinson. By her he 

had a large family, and was ancestor of a family of Cradock still existing. He died at Woodhorn 
Vicarage!" which ^le held with Gainford, 28 Dec. See his eldest son's burial 8 Aug. 1624, and that 
of a grandson 8 Feb. 1689-90. See Ingledew's " Northallerton," of which Dr. Cradock was also 


1627 Feb. 16 M^' Steven Heggi (Notarius Publiciis). 
Mar. 24 George Summer (servant to M'' Deane). 

1628 April 30 Richard,- sonne of M"" John Cosins, Prebendary. 
Oct. 12 Anne," the wife of George Barcroft. 

Nov. 21 Elizabeth,^ the daughter of M'' William James, Prebendary. 
Jan. 12 M'' John Lamptou,^ Draper. 

1 Of Durham Citj' and of Unthank. By his wife Anne (whose burial see 25 Dec. 1619) he had 
issue : 1, Robert (whose baptism the Editor has not found), who administered to his father, and 
is the author of the " Legend of St. Cuthbert." His grandmother Anne Swift, widow of the 
Chancellor, left to him by her will, dated 12 Nov. 1607, " the remainder of the lease of Sherborne 
tithes, so much as shall be unexpired at the hour of my death, for his better maintenance at 
school." AVe are told in "Wood's " Athenaj " that this "prodigy of his time for forward and 
good natural parts was born within the City of Durham 1599." In 1614 he was admitted at 
Corpus Christi College, and became a Fellow in 1624. In 1626 he wrote the '"' Legend of 
St. Cuthbert," and his manuscript was, says Wood, " so exactly and neatly written, that many 
have taken it to be printed." He died of apoplexy, " to the great reluctancy of those who were 
acquainted with his admirable parts," 11 June 1629, and was buried in the chapel of his College. 
Stephen and Anne Hegg's other children were (the following dates are from St. Mary's) : 
2, Frances, baptized 15 Oct. 1598 and buried Dec. 1599 ; 3, Stephen, baptized 30 Dec. 1599 ; 
4, John, baptized 7 Dec. and buried 26 Dec. 1600 ; 5, Isabel, baptized 21 Feb. 1601-2, and married, 
IG Feb. 1622-3, to John Calverle}^ gent. ; 6, Richard, baptized 3 July 1603 ; 7, Judith, baptized 
18 Nov. 1604, married to Marmaduke Gibbons, Clerk, and administered to her father after her 
brother Robert's death ; 8, Elizabeth, wife of Richard Stobert (see the burial of their dau. 
24 April 1613). Stephen Hegg, M.A., the second son, was presented to the Perpetual Curacy of 
Whit worth 1628, and married there, 19 Dec. 1641, Frances Wilkinson (buried at St. Andrew's 
Auckland 3 Feb. 1666-7), and by her had a son Robert, baptized at Whitworth 5 Aug. 1642. 
The Rev. Stephen was, presumably, also father of another Rev. Stephen Hegge, father of two 
children who occur at St. Andrew's Auckland, viz., Ralph, baptized 28 Nov. 1665, and buried 
(his father then dead) 4 Aug. 1688 ; and Stephen, baptized 26 Nov. 1667. The will of the second 
clerical Stephen is dated 21 July 1668, from his death-bed presumably (" these words spoken in 
the presence of Peregrina, wife of Charles Wren, Esq."), and was proved 5 Aug. following. He 
left his estate to his loving wife (Ann Coltpits — marriage licence 18 July 1663) and his son ; she 
Executrix. " Mr. Belt [the curate, died 1677] and my father to have a care of the education of 
my son ; Mr. Belt to choose out the best of my books to make him a schollar." The " loving 
wife" was married again, in the following November, to William Pratt, of Bishop's Auckland. 
[" John, son of Richard Hegge," buried 16 Oct. 1623 at St. Oswald's.] 

- He was the second son of Dr. John Cosin, Prebendary of the tenth stall, Rector of Brance- 
peth. Archdeacon of Cleveland, and afterwards Bishop of Durham, whose burial see 29 May 1672. 

^ George Barecroft and Ann Sheffield were married 10 Oct. 1626 at St. Mary-le-Bow. He 
married again. See his burial 10 Feb. 1638-9. 

■* See her baptism 3 June 1627, and her father's burial 21 Jan. 1659-60. She was buried in 
the church. 

^ Third son of Robert Lambton, of Lambton, co. Durham, Esq., by Frances, dau. of Sir Ralph 
Eure, who fell at Halydon Hill, v.p., only son of the first Lord Eure. He was a " draper and 
taylor " (of which Guild the present Earl of Durham is " free "), and Mayor of Durham in 1626. 
He was twice married. His first wife Alice .... was buried 18 Aug. 1620 at St. Oswald's, the 
Register of which records that she was '' verie bountefuU for house kepinge, both for riche and 
powre." He married secondly at St. Oswald's, 26 Aug. 1623, " Mrs. Kathrine Kirbie " (see her 
burial 1 Sep. 1641), who re-married Nicholas Briggs, of Broom Hall, gent. By his first wife 
Mr. Lambton had an only child Isabel, baptized 9 Sep. 1600 at St. Oswald's, and buried 7 Jan. 
1('00-1 ; by his second wife he had an only soi\ John, for whom see Surtees' " Durham," vol. ii., 
p. 175. The gentle draper's burial is also recorded at St. Oswald's, as " draper, one tyme maiour 
of the Cittie of Durham, a verie honest and relegious gen., good to the powre, of the aige of 


1630 Jan. 3 M"" John Todd,i Minor Cannon of tliis Cathedrall Churcli. 

1631 Mar. 25 M''^ Prancis Walton,- the wife of M' Nicholas Walton. 

Oct. 19 Margarett,3 the daughter of M'' Geers, was buried the 19"' day of 
October 1631. 

Dec. 17 Gulielmus Smith/ de Baliva Boreali, Armiger, Conciliarius, pius 
ac prudens, annum agens sexagesimum tertium uaturse con- 
cessit decimo sexto die Decembris, et sepultus est die 

Feb. 26 Eichardus,^ filius Johannis Cosin, Doctoris & S* Theologise pro- 
fessoris, diem extremum clausit vicessimo quinto die Pebruarii, 
et sepultus est die sequente anno domini 1631. 

1632 Aug. 25 Robert%6 filius Gulielmi Smith, Armigeri, egregia indole ac spe 

adolescens, annum agens 17, morte quievit placida vicessimo 
quarto die Augusti, et sepultus est die sequente. 
Oct. 13 Eichardus,7 filius Thomse Wright, generosi, bimulus, naturae 

Ixxiiij yeares, was buryed in the abbaie Church." By his will he desires burial in the Abbey, 
nigh his brother James (whose will, dated 19 Jan. 1595-6, was proved 4 March following) ; and 
he mentions " my shop in the market-place," and his brother-in-law Mr. John Browne, Gierke 
[he was Vicar of St. Oswald's]. .Tt)hn Lambton, with some of the best blood of England in his 
veins, closely connected with the highest families in the county, and the great-great-great- 
grandson of King Edward IV., is certainly an interesting type of the merchant-shopkeeper of his 
day ! 

1 He married, 12 Jan. 1607-8, at St. Mary's, Timosin Toft. [The burial of " Thomas Toft, 
gen.," occurs at St. Oswald's 1634.] 

2 Wife of Rev. Nicholas Walton, M.A. (his brother, Hugh Walton, several times Mayor of 
Durham, had a grant of arms from St. George in 1615), who was Master (" archididascalus ") of 
Bishop Langley's Grammar School, succeeding the Rev. John Inglethorpe (who, with the school, 
held the Rectory of Staintory), which post he resigned about 1628, retiring to his curacy at 
Croxdale, which he held with that of St. Nicholas in Durham. " Nicholas," relates Randall, 
" (puer ut videtur) orationem habuit coram Rege Jacobo, anno 1603, e Scotia in Angliam 
veniente." His will is dated 13 April 1639, and he was buried at St. Nicholas 17th id. men. 

=* Dau. of John Geers, Bachelor of Music and Singing-man. See her baptism 14 Sep. 1631, 
and her father's burial 4 March 1641-2. 

^ Of the North Bailey in the City of Durham, Counsellor-at-Law, Recorder of Berwick, and 
Attorney-General to Bishop Neile ; son of Thomas Smith, of Barton, co. York, by his wife 
Margaret, dau. of Simon Lightfoote (see her brother's burial 17 March 1615-16). He was a man 
of substance, acquiring by purchase a considerable property in West Herrington, and receiving 
from St. George, at his Visitation in 1615, a grant of arms. His nephew James Smith, of 
Sneinton, co. York, entered his pedigree and shewed the same coat (differenced by a trefoil) at 
Dugdale's Visitation of Yorkshire 1665. Our Counsellor's will is dated 21 Eeb. 1630-1, and he 
mentions a brother Francis Smith, then living, who is given neither in Surtees' nor Dugdale's 
pedigree. All the Counsellor's children, five, are baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow, and two of them 
are there buried. Margaret, his dau., married John Heath, of Kepyer, Esq., and her repre- 
sentative is the present Marquess of Londonderry, K.G. See his wife's burial 11 Dec. 1648 ; the 
marriage of his son Henry 10 June 1630 ; and the burial of his son Robert 25 Aug. 1632. 

* Born 6 and baptized 14 June 1629 at Brancepeth, Dr. Augustus Lindsell, Dean of Lichfield, 
being godfather. Third son of Dr. Cosin, afterwards Bishop of Durham. 

6 Fourth son of his father, whose burial see 17 Dec. 1631. He was baptized 2 April 1616 at 
St. Mary-le-Bow ; that Register recording also that he was buried in the Cathedral. This burial 
is incorrectl}' given in Surtees. 

7 Son of Thomas Wright, Esq., by his wife Jane Hutton, whose burial see 5 Oct. 1635. He 


debitum soluit decimo tertio die Octobris, & sepultus est 
eodem die. 

1632 Sep. 23 Grratia Hutton,^ vidua, olim uxor Eoberti Hutton, Sacrse theo- 

logise professoris, mati-ona religiosa ac pia, annos nata sexagiuta 
tres, frigida paralyse in ecclesia inter precaudum correpta, & 
non diu eadem laboraus, quiete naturae concessit vicessimo 
secundo die Septembris, & sepulta erat die sequente 1632. 

1633 Feb. 4 Gulielmus Lowthrop, generosus, mortem obiit tertio die mensis 

februarii, & sepultus fuit quarto 1633. 

1634 April 3 Gulielmus,^ filius Grulielmi James, Ecclesise catbedralis Dunel- 

mensis prebendarii. 
May 24 Elsabetli,'' uxor Gulielmi James, Ecclesise catbedralis Dunel- 

mensis prsebendarii. 
June 2 Johannis'^ [sic], filius Thomse Wright, generosi. 
Aug. 15 Gulelmus Bridges,^ filius M"^ Badely. 

was baptized at St. Mary's 28 Oct. 1630. His burial, as taking place at the Cathedral, is also 
recorded at St. Mary-Ie-Bow, but there the date is incorrectly given 27 Oct. 

1 Dau. of Dr. Leonard Pilkington, Master of St. John's College, Cambridge, and niece of 
James Pilkington, Bishop of Durham. She married Robert Huttou, D.D., Prebendary of the 
third stall (installed 13 Dec. 1589), and Rector of Houghtou-le-Spring (4 Dec. 1589—1623), who 
was nephew of Matthew Hutton, Bishop of Durham, and afterwards Archbishop of York. See 
the burial of one of her daughters 5 Oct. 1635, and of her brother 12 Feb. 1622-3. Her husband 
was buried in the chancel of Houghton Church 19 May 1623. 

2 See his baptism 24 June 1632, and his father's burial 21 Jan. 1659-60. 

^ Second dau. of Henry Ewbanke, M.A., sometime Prebendary of the twelfth stall. Rector of 
"Whickham, etc. (who died 1628 and was buried in the south aisle of the Cathedral, according to 
Brown Willis, though not here recorded), by his wife Anne, dau. of Dr. Thomas Sampson, Dean 
of Christ Church, Oxford. She was married at St. Mary's 3 Dec. 1620. See her husband's 
burial 21 Jan. 1659-60. 

•* Baptized 28 Jan. 1632-3 at St. Mary's. He was second son of his father and " Mistress 
Jane Hutton," whose burial see 5 Oct. 1635. 

5 Son of the first wife of Richard Baddeley, of the North Bailey, gent., by a previous husband 
named Bridges. See his brother's burial 6 Nov. 1636. Mr. Richard Baddeley published a 
reprint of Robert Hegg's " Legend of St. Cuthbert " (see Stephen Hegge's burial 16 Feb. 1627-8) 
" at London, 1663, in octavo, in a very bad letter, and worse paper, not without some derogation 
to the memory of the Author b3' concealing his name and putting the two first letters of his own, 
and with the writing a prologue to it." — Preface to reprint of the " Legend of St. Cuthbert," 
by Robert Henry Allan, Esq., F.S.A., 1824. The will of Richard Baddeley is dated the last of 
Sep. 1670. In it he desires burial in the Cathedral, near his former wife's children and niece. 
It is singular that there is no record of his burial, nor of his second wife Cassandra, who he states 
was " daughter to that blessed confessor of Christ Mr. John Mole, who after thirty-two years' 
imprisonment in tbe Inquisition, for the testimony of Christ's true religion, there died." He 
bequeaths money to the poor of Kirby Moorside and Keldholme "where I was borne." He 
accompanied Bishop Morton, whose life he wrote, from Lichfield to Durham as his Private 
Secretary and Amanuensis. The will of his second wife " Mrs. Cassandra Baddely, widow," is 
dated 12 April 1673. She likewise desires burial in the Cathedral. Besides her children, she 
mentions her niece EUzabeth, wife of Dr. Stanhope, " now at Waterford, in Ireland," and her 
two children ; Mr. Thomas Stanhope and Mr. Anthony (or Arthur ?) Stanhope her kinsmen ; her 
niece Annabella Hill, wife of Mr. John Hill, of Priston in Rutlandshire ; Mr. John Hill her 
kinsman, etc. In addition to the other children of Richard Baddeley, who will be found by 
consulting the Index, there was a dau. Mary, buried 5 Nov. 1634 at St. Andrew's Auckland, no 
doubt while the father was in attendance on the Bishop. 














1634 Sep. 7 Ricardus,^ filius Elise Smith, minoris Canoiiici. 
Johauis^ [sicl, filius Henrici Palmar, lay singinma'. 
Elsabeth,'^ uxor Roberti Blakesto', Ecclesiae catliedralis Dunel- 

me'sis praebendarii. 
Jane Jackson,'^ widdow. 
M'" Robert Blakeston,^ prebend of this Cathedral Church. 

1635 April 1 George Eanghall,^ beinge one of the lay singinge men of this 

May 14 Robertus Plesant,'' senescallus hujus ecclesisa. 

' See his baptism 30 Oct. 1631, and his father's burial 9 Dec. 1676. 

- See his baptism 27 March 1633, and his mother's burial 14 April 1638. 

^ Dau. and coheiress of John Howson, Bishop of Durham from 28 Sep. 1628 until his death, 
aged 75, 6 Feb. 1631-2. See the burial of her husband 19 Jan. 1634-5. Her father, the Bishop, 
who was Student and afterwards Canon of Christ Church, Oxon, Vicar of Brampton, Oxon, 
Rector of Brightwell, Berks, Canon of Hereford, and Bishop of Oxford before his translation to 
Durham, was a well-known writer in his day against Popery, and is recorded to have said that 
" he would loosen the Pope from his chair, though fastened thereto by a tenpenny nail." He died 
in London, and " over against the little North Door in the middle lie, under a fair marble stone, 
without any inscription upon it, lietli buried " in St. Paul's Cathedral. Mr. John Caldcleugh, of 
Durham, has a good portrait of the Bishop, supposed to be by Cornelius Jannsen. 

* Her will, stating that she is the widow of Richard Jackson, Clerk, is dated 3 Sep. 1633. 
She desires burial in the Cathedral Yard in her mother's grave, and mentions Mr. William 
Smith ; niece Elizabeth Jackson ; James, Edward, Jane, and Sarah Moorecroft ; and Mr. 
Ferdinand Moorecroft, Clerk, sole Ex'or. She was married, as Jane Tompson, 6 Jan. 1613-14, 
at St. Mary's, to Richard Jackson, elerieus. ["Jane Tompson, widow," was buried 2 April 
1605 at St. Mary's.] 

* He was baptized at Sedgefield, co. Durham, 7 Jan. 1607-8, and was son of Marmaduke 
Blakiston (a descendant of one of the oldest territorial houses in the Bishopric — see his pedigree, 
Surtees, vol. iii., p. 163), Rector of Sedgefield, Prebendary of the seventh stall and Archdeacon of 
Cleveland, who resigned his Archdeaconry to his intended son-in-law John Cosin, afterwards 
Bishop of Durham, and his rectory and stall to this son, Robert, in 1631, so that he lost both son 
and preferment almost together. Robert Blakiston married Elizabeth (whose burial see 18 Oct. 
1634), dau. and coheiress of Bishop Howson, but had no issue. He was one of the Prebendaries 
who held the canopy over King Charles I. when he visited Bishop Morton at Durham Castle 
1 June 1633. His nuncupative will is dated 8 Jan. 1634-5. He was brother of John Blakiston, 
" the regicide," M.P. for Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

* Son of John Rangall, whose burial see 6 Jan. 1622-3. 

^ Of the South Bailey, and a Barrister-at-Law of Gray's Inn. His will is dated 13 May and 
proved 21 July 1635. By his wife Jane (whose burial see 15 March 1676-7) he had issue seven 
children, all baptized at St. Mary's, viz., 1, Anne, 19 July 1618, living the widow of ... . White 
in 1676, and sole Ex'or to her mother; 2, Grizell, 15 Aug. 1619, living 1676; 3, Mary, 18 Jan. 
1620-21, living 1676, married to ... . Morrice and having a son William ; 4, Foster, 25 May 
1623, living 1701 [buried 26 April 1704 at Northallerton], married [Grace, wife of Mr. Pleasance, 
buried 18 Aug. 1698 at Northallerton], and had a dau. Jane, living 1676 [Mr. Forster Pleasauuce 
and Mrs. Elizabeth Danby married 27 Nov. 1698 at Northallerton] ; 5, Richard, whose 
burial see 9 Aug. 1626 ; 6, Robert, 15 April 1627 ; 7, John, 17 May 1630, living 1644. Robert 
Pleasance, the sixth child, was of St. John's College, Cambridge, and afterwards of Bishop's 
Auckland, Clerk. He married, 4 Jan. 1655-6, at Boldon, " Mrs." Jane Wilkinson, who was 
buried at St. Andrew's Auckland Dec. 1687. His will, dated 21 April and proved by Robert 
Gowlaud 7 May 1701, states that he was born in the parish of Little St. Mary's, Durham, and 
mentions his nephew Mr. George Watson, his niece Elizabeth Hackworth, widow, and her 
children, and niece Mary White, spinster. He was buried with his wife 30 April 1701. The 
first-named Robert had a sister Mary Pleasance, living 1644, 











M"^ Jane Huttou,^ the wife of M^' Thonaas "Wright, geiitlemau. 
Greorgius Bridges- (Gulielmi Bridges, p'dicti f rater). 
Katerue,^ wife of M'" Henry Palmer, Lay singingman of this 
July 7 Richard, '^ sonn of M'' Henry Palmer, Lay singingemau of this 

Cathedrall Church. 
July 6 [sicl M"" James Hilton,'^ gentleman. 
Nov. 3 Eichardus Huut,^ Sacrse Theologise professor, et Decanus hujus 

Ecclesiae Dunelmensis. 
Nov. 21 Mathew,''' soun of M'' Johu Greeres, laye singingeman of this 

Peb. 10 Greorge Barcroft,^ lay singingeman of this church. 
1639 Dec. 18 Dulcibella,'-* filia Elise Smith, hujus ecclesiae, Minoris Canonici. 
Peb. 7 Johannes Richardson,^^ Armiger. 

' The importance of this lady's close relationship to the episcopal families of Hutton and 
Pilkingtou (see her mother's bmial 23 Sep. 1633) perhaps accounts for the above rather unusual 
entry. She was married to Thomas Wright, Esq., at St. Mary's 21 Dec. 1624. See burials of 
her children in 1627, 1632, and 1634.. She also had two daughters, Mary and Elizabeth, baptized 
at St. Mary's 5 Nov. 1627 and 4 Jan. 1628-9 respectively. Thomas Wright, of the North Bailey, 
was buried 4 Feb. 1640-41 at St. Oswald's, and Mary his dau. buried 12 Aug. 1638 ; also John, 
son of Thomas Wright, " laite deceased," 5 May 1642. 

- See his brother's burial 15 Aug. 1634. 

^ See next entry, and that of 11 Sep. 1634. 

'' See preceding entry, and his baptism 16 July 1631. 

* Second son of Lancelot Hilton, of Dyons, co. Durham, gent., by his wife Catherine, eldest 
dau. and coheiress of Ralph Alweut, of Dyons, Esq. He was baptized 28 April 1594 at Gainford. 
See further in the " History of Darlington," where the Hiltons have met with much careful 
attention from their descendant William Hylton Dyer LongstaflTe, Esq., an exemplary and 
truthful genealogist and chronicler, and one of the most eminent and painstaking antiquaries the 
North has ever produced, and from whom the Editor has met with an ever hearty, ungrudging 
assistance in all matters genealogical. 

® His monumental tablet of wood, with the inscription in gilt leters, having been taken down 
in the alterations of 1840, was, when the Editor copied it, lying a reproach to the authorities, 
neglected and dishonoured, in the south triforium of the choir. It seems incredible, but it is the 
fact, that the custodians of churches as a rule pay not the least respect to these memorials of the 
dead, their predecessors in office ver}^ often. Stoves are clamped down on beautifully carved 
marble slabs, or the inscriptions themselves ruthlessly and sacrilegiously cut away to make room 
for a pipe or a new stained " conventional " deal seat, itself perchance the successor of a fine old 
black oak but unconventional pew. A worse fate attends the Communion plate which the piety 
of our ancestors induced them to give to the church where they and their forbears had simply 
worshipped. The service is not of the orthodox shape, and charming seventeenth-centurj^ plate 
of pure, if plain, design is thrown into the melting-pot to reappear in the severest ecclesiastical 
form, covered with vulgar emblems and chasing of the most meretricious order, positively calculated 
to disgust the Communicant. 

7 See his baptism 4 March 1637-8, and his father's burial 4 March 1641-2. 

^ See his first wife's burial 12 Oct. 1628. He married secondly, at Houghton-le-Spring, 
4 Aug. 1629, Elizabeth Ley, of Elvet in St. Oswald's parish [Elizabeth, dau. of William Iley was 
baptized there 17 Jan. 1601-2], by whom he had issue (all baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow) Jane, 
6 May 1630 ; John, buried 25 May 1631 ; Thomas, 15 April 1632 ; Mary, 3 Dec. 1635 ; George, 
19 Eeb. 1636-7 ; and Elizabeth (" posthumous dau. of Ehz. Barcroft, widow "), 1 May 1639. 

8 See her baptism 15 March 1637-8, and her father's burial 9 Dec. 1676. 

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1639 Mar. 19 Georgius Cocknidge,i Mc in Ecclesia Lector Epistolae, sepultus 

est (Ecclesia sua p'ocliiali). 
Tymotheo Commin,^ paroch. prsedict., Greneroso, sepult. eodem die. 

1640 Mar. 28 Anna,^ uxor Venab^'' Viri Thomse Burwell, in spiritualib' Cancel- 

1641 Sep. 1 Catherina,^ uxor Nicholai Briggs, de Broomhall. 
Johannes Greers,'^ Musicae Baccalaureus, et hac in ecclesia psaltes. 

1642 April 3 Cutb'us Marley, sacrae Theologiae p'fessor. 
Tobias Brooking,^ bujus Ecclesiae psaltes, qua eccedens, sepultus 

est [etc.]. 

Greorgius/ filius Henrici Morecroft, Qenerosi. 

Erancisca,^ filia Pauli Neele, Militis. 

Elizabetba domina, uxor Alexandri Gordon, militis. 

Elora, uxor Eleaz. Duncon,^ sacrse Theologige professor, et Pre- 
bend, hujus ecclesiae. 

to Bishop Hutton. His wife Anne, dau. of Richard Johnson, of Durham, was buried at St. Os- 
wald's 16 Oct. 1615. By her he had 1, John, Counsellor and Escheator of the Bishopric [baptism 
not found, and, like many first children, was perhaps born at the mother's home] ; 2, Thomas, 
baptized 10 Oct. 1589 ; 3, Anne, baptized 6 Nov. 1590, married as second wife, 12 May 1607, 
Alderman George Walton, of Durham ; 4, William, baptized 22 March 1591-2 ; 5, Helnie (or 
Helene), baptized 6 June 1594, and buried 28 Oct. 1696 ; 6, Elizabeth, baptized 11 Feb. 1601-2 
— all registered at St. Mary-le-Bow. He had a confirmation of arms and a grant of a crest at 
St. George's Visitation 1615, when he entered his pedigree, commencing with himself. This 
appears in Surtees, vol. iv., part ii., p. 151, but is imperfect. He was the son of John Richardson, 
of Durham. He had a brother Bryan, baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow 10 Oct. 1572, who in his will, 
proved 14 April 1599, desires burial in the Cathedral, near his good friend Joseph Rudd. He 
mentions his sister Margaret Fairelas, Richard Fairelas, and his son Edward Fairelas ; sister 
Elizabeth Peart and her son George and three daughters ; brother-in-law James Eture and his 
wife Mary Eture (testator's sister) and Alice her dau. ; brother Michael Richardson ; sister Ann ; 
brother John Richardson (ex'or), his three sons and dau. Ann; and mother Alice Watson. John 
Richardson's burial is also recorded at St. Mary-le-Bow. 

^ Clerk in Holy Orders. Occurs as Under Master {hypodidascalus) of the Grammar School 
1604 — 1615 (perhaps longer), and as Rector, or, at any rate. Officiating Minister, of St. Mary in 
the South Bailey 1633. He first occurs as "lector epistolse " at the Cathedral Sep. 1633. 

- Receiver-General to Bishops Howson and Neile. He was eldest son of Simon Comyn, of 
Durham, Registrar to the Dean and Chapter, by his first wife Alice, dau. of John Robson, of 
West Morton, co. Durham (see pedigree in Surtees), and sister to Simon Robson, Dean of Bristol. 
Simon Comyn's second wife was Elizabeth, widow of Cuthbert Baynbrigg, of Middleton Teesdale, 
where he himself was buried, dying 13 April 1620. He had a grant of a crest from St. George in 
1615. Francis Comyn, son of Timothy above, entered his pedigree at Dugdale's Visitation of 
Yorkshire 1665, but it is very scant, and his own father's death much antedated. 

^ See her marriage 19 Feb. 1632-3, and M.I. in Carlton ; also Burwell Pedigree in Surtees, 
vol. iv., part ii. 

■* She was previously widow of Mr. John Lambton, whose burial see 12 Jan. 1628-9. 

* He married at St. Mary's, 29 June 1630, Isabel Harrison. See his children's baptisms 
14 Sep. 1631, 2 Oct. 1632, and 23 May 1635. 

" See his wife's burial 22 Aug. 1645. 

*■ An infant son of Henry Morecroft, of Durham, gent., by his wife Barbara, eldest dau. of 
James Hilton, of Dyons, gent., whose burial see 6 July 1638. See also the baptisms of other 
children 1641 and 1646, and the Moeeceoft Pedigree in Surtees, vol. iii., p. 415. 

* See her baptism on the previous day. 

" Dr. Eleazer Duncan, a Scotchman, was installed in the fifth prebend 8 Jan. 1627-8. He 



1642 Jan. 29 Elizabetha,i ^[^ Pauli Neele, militis. 

1643 May 19 Dina Bolt, vidua. 

1644 Mar. 31 Captaine James Lmclsey,^ under Generall Kinge. 

Mar 28 Eicliard,^ sonn of M^" John Eobson, prebend of tbis church. 

April 6 Thomas Malchin, servant to the Eight Hon^we^the L^i Mansfield.^ 

June 20 Elizabeth Henekar, servant to the Lady Ham' on.' 

1645 Aug. 14 Elizabeth,^ dau. of Toby Brookin. 
Aug. 22 MagdalenJ wife of Toby Brookin. 

Aug. 29 Luke Huchiuson,^ lay singingman of this Church. 

April 12 M'^ John Eobson,^ prebend of this Church. 

Sep. 9 Erancis,io ^^ife of Luke Huchinson. 

1644 Dec. 22 M^' Francis Tempest," brother to S'^ Tho. Tempest. 

1643 Feb. 8 Willia',i- sonn of M'^ Henrye Blakiston. 

1647 Dec. 13 Deborah,!^ ^au. of M"" Eiched Badeley. 

1648 Dec. 11 Marye Smith,i^ sometime wife to M-" WHUam Smith, CounceUor 

at lawe. 

was Fellow of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, and was preferred to a prebend at Winchester 1629, 
and York 1640 In 1633 he was collated to the rectory of Haughton-le-Skerne, co. Pal. ; was 
Chaplain to King Charles I., and is said to have died in exile about 1650. There is a marriage 
licence at Durham, dated 6 Nov. 1680, for Eleazer Duncan, of Bear Park [Chapter land near 
Durham] and Phoebe Boyer. This Eleazer, who may have been a grandson of the Prebendary, 
has seven children baptized at St. Nicholas, Durham, between Jan. 1682-3 and July 1691 

1 She was the dau. of Sir Paul Neile, Knt., by Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Gabriel Clarke, 
D.D., Archdeacon of Durham. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

2 Troops were constantly quartered in Durham at this time. _ 

3 He was admitted at St. Peter's College, Cambridge, 22 Oct. 1638. See his baptism 24 March 
1621-2, and his father's burial 12 April 1645. 

4 Viscount Alansfield was the eldest son of Sir William Cavendish, Earl (afterwards Marquess 
and Duke) of Newcastle, the distinguished Royalist, who at this time was commanding the King s 

forces in the North. . ^ c^^ iaao 

5 Regarding Lady Hammond see note to Stuarta Balcanquall s marriage 6 Sep. 1642. 

6 See\er baptism 25 April 1631, and her mother's burial next entry. , 

7 Tobias Brookin and Magdalen Dodsworth were married 11 July 1626 at St. Mary s. See 

her husband's burial 28 June 1642. „ , , . ,, 

8 See his wife's burial 9 Sep. 1645. ["Margaret, dau. of Luke Hutchinson, occurs as 

baptized at St. Nicholas 9 Aug. 1663.] ■ i r, t?„,+^, „f 

« He was installed in the sixth prebend 1 Aug. 1620, having previously been Rector of 
Morpeth 1611, and Rector of Whalton, Northumberland, 1615, and Chaplain to Charles I. He 
was returned as one of the Members of Parliament for Morpeth in the third Parliament of 
James I., but, as a clergyman, declared incapable of sitting. His will, dated 9 April 164 names 
his wife Margaret Executrix; his only surviving son John (whose baptism see Feb. 1624-5) ; 
and his brother Joseph Robson. He bequeaths lands at " Quarie Hill," co. Durham He married 
Margaret, dau. of Archdeacon John Cradock, whose burial see 30 Dec. 1627. See his son s bunal 

28 March 1644. 

10 See her husband's burial preceding entry but one. 

H He was a Barrister-at-Law, of Gray's Inn, and appointed Recorder of Durham Nov. 1642 
and was younger son of Rowland Tempest, Merchant, of Newcastle (third son of Thomas Tempest, 
Esq of Stanley, co. Durham), and brother of Sir Nicholas Tempest, first Baronet, of Stella. _ 

'2 Son of Henry Blakiston, gent., whose burial see 15 May 1683. He does not appear in 
Surtees' Pedigree of Blakiston, of Gibside, vol. ii., p. 255. 

13 See note to the burial of William Bridges 15 Aug. 1634. 

» She was married as Mary Heron, at St. Mary-le-Bow, 28 Nov. 1592, to Oswald Baker, of 


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Margarett,! dau. to M'' Henrye Blakistonu, gent. 
Peregrina,^ dau. to John Burrow. 

Marye,^ dau. of James Greene, minor Cannon of this Church. 
Elizabeth,^ dau. of M'' Elias Smith, minor Cannon of this Church. 
Thomas,' sonu of M*" Richard Baddelay. 
Patience Prickleton, M'' Elias Smith's sister's daughter. 
Joane Evans, servant to M'' Devorax, minister. 
John Hargrave, a minister. 
Francis,^ son of M'" Francis Foster. 
April 29 John,7 son of M'' Francis Foster. 
Mme,8 wife of d^' Clarke. 
Ml' Willia' James,^ prebend of this Church. 
Jane,i" dau. of Ezechell Tonge, beiuge the first that was buryed 

after the dissolution of y*' CoUedge. 
Elizabeth,^! dau. of M'' Robert Gray. 
Ml' Robert Tempest. 
Steven,!- son of Ambrose Myars. 
Elizabeth, wife of Nicholaus Richardson. 
George Blades, Steward to deane Balkanquall and to deane 

Richard Wikelin,!^ a minor Cannon of this Church. 
Isabell,!^ dau. of John Drury. 

Durham, and by him was mother of Sir George Baker, Knt., ancestor of the family of Baker, of 
Elemore, co. Pal. She married secondly, at the same church, 3 Oct. 1608, four months after Oswald 
Baker's death, William Smith, Esq. (whose burial see 17 Dec. 1631), Attorney-General to Bishop 

' See her father's burial 15 May 1683. 

2 See her baptism 26 June 1648. 

3 See her baptism 1 March 1645-6, and her father's burial 14 May 1667. 
'' See her baptism 24 Feb. 1633-4, and her father's burial 9 Dec. 1676. 

^ See note to burial of "William Bridges 15 Aug. 1634. 

6 See his baptism 5 Feb. 1652-3, and his eldest brother's 5 Feb. 1652-3. 

7 See his baptism 8 Dec. 1657. 

« Mildred, wife of Dr. Gabriel Clarke, Prebendary (whose burial see 12 May 1662), and dau. 

of William Neile. 

9 Nephew of William James, Bishop of Durham, whose burial see 12 May 1617. Installed 
in the twelfth prebend 6 Oct. 1620, and made Vicar of Merrington 1629 ; was previously Public 
Orator at Oxford 1601 ; Rector of Crayke, Yorks, 1614 ; Rector of Washington 1616 ; Rector of 
Ryton 1617. He was one of the Prebendaries who held the canopy over King Charles I. on his 
visit to Durham. See his wife's burial 24 May 1634, and consult Index for the baptisms of his 

1" See her baptism 14 Dec. 1657. 

11 See baptism of another child 4 Oct. 1653. 

12 See the father's burial 18 March 1666-7. 

" Married (" Richard Waiklinge, minister of Gods word") by licence, at St. Oswald's, 13 Feb. 
1642-3 (where he was Curate in 1627), to Jane Sheffield. This marriage also entered at St. Mary- 
le-Bow (there " Wickelin "), of which he became Rector in 1645. See burial 21 Nov. 1698-9 of 
his son Richard, besides whom he had baptized at Bow James, bom 28 Oct. 1659 ; Barbara, 
24 Dec. 1651 ; Elizabeth, 15 Jan. 1648-9 ; Thomas, 23 Feb. 1645-6 ; and Ann, 18 Oct. 1643. 

" See her baptism June 1655, and the marriage of her sister 29 Aug. 1682. 


1662 May 12 Gabriell,i d"" Clarke, prebend of this Church. 
May 23 Doritye,- wife of M"^ Henrye Graye. 

July 7 Henrye,^ souu of M'' Henrye Blakiston. 

1663 June 2 WiUia', son of M'" Eobert Tempest. 
Nov. 8 An, wife of Robert Burrow. 

Mar. 14 Ealph Hedworth,"^ sometime of Pockerley. 

1664 April 28 John, son of M'' Robert Tempest. 
May 15 Elizabeth, wife of Richard Black ett. 
Nov. 8 Anthony, son of Willia' West, or Mitford. 
Nov. 22 Elizabeth Thwang, wid. 

Feb. 4 GTeorge,^ son of John Spearman. 

Feb. 10 An Bettles,*5 widow. 

Mar. 21 Thomas Savill, Beadsman of this Church. 

1665 April 2 Willia' Robson, Cooke to our Bp". 
April 11 Margarett, wife to William Taler, joyner. 

Aug. 6 Sarah, mfe of Anthony Glover, verger of this church. 

Nov. 17 Doritye Myers, widdow. 

Nov. 29 Matthew, son of Captain John Sissons. 

Dec. 11 Robert Dobson, translator. 

Dec. 30 Mary,'' dau. of Thomas Massam. 

Jan. 8 Isabell, dau. of John Miller. 

Jan. 31 Willia' Lambe, glazier. 

1666 July 26 Richard Huchinson.s 

Aug. 2 Kattern, dau. of Elizabeth Lambe, wdddow. 

^ Sou of John Clarke, of Clothall, Herts, yeoman, Chaplain to Bishop Neile. Installed in 
sixth prebend 1 Aug. 1623, and in first prebend 1 Aug. 1638 ; collated to Archdeaconry of 
Northumberland 7 Aug. 1619, and to that of Durham 11 Oct. 1620, and same year made Rector 
of Elwick; Master of Greatham Hospital 162-i. He acted as proxy for Bishop Cosin at his 
enthronement, and he was one of the Prebendaries who supported the canopy of King Charles on his 
visit to Durham, going north. 1 June 1633. He married Mildred, dau. of William Neile, brother 
to the Archbishop ; see her burial 14 Nov. 1659. Dr. Clarke died 10 May and was buried between 
the fourth and fifth pillars of the south aisle of the nave. His slab bears, On a bend between 
three roundlets as many swans ; on a canton sinister a demi-ram salient between two fleurs-de- 
lys ; over all a baton. Crest : A swan. Will dated 8 May and proved at York 9 July 1662. 

^ See her M.I. in Carlton. She was second sister of George Wytham of Cliffe, co. York, Esq., 
who was aged 36 in 1665. The monumental slab, of blue slate, in the centre aisle of the Galilee 
Chapel, bearing the arms of Grey impaling Witham, and inscription (where the name is Greye) 
is beautifully cut and as clear as new. The " Visitation of Yorkshire 1665 " describes her husband 
erroneously as "Hillary Gray, of Bitchburne in co. Northumbr., sou of Edward Gray, Esq^" 
He was buried at St. Oswald's 13 July 1710. 

^ See the father's burial 15 May 1683. 

■* Baptized at Chester-le-Street 2 April 1615, and son of Richard Hedworth, of Pokerley, co. 
Durham, gent, (who with his brother Christopher sold that estate to Sir William Blakiston circa 
1638), by his first wife Alice Robinson. 

'" See his baptism 31 Jan. 1664-5, and his father's burial 22 Sep. 1703. 

^ This name, as Bettles, Bettels, Beckles, etc., often occurs at St. Oswald's. His son Robert 
Beckeles, " beare-bruer," was buried 1673. Mr. Richard Beckles, Attorney, was buried there 
1702 ; and his son, again, Mr. Robert Beckles, innkeeper, 1739. 

' See her father's burial 10 Sep. 1675. 

^ See baptism of James Huchinson 2 July 1615. 


1666 Mar. 13 John Tinkler, beadsman of this Church. 
Mar. 18 Ambrose Myers/ plum'er of this Church. 

1667 April 10 Samuell Rush,^ son to the Right Reverend father in god John, 

j^rd gpp's gigter was buryed in the Cathedrall Church. 
May 14 M'^ James Greene,^ one of the Minor Cannons and Sacrist of the 

Cathedrall, was buried on Tuesday. 
Aug. 2 Thomes Mudd, Ecclesise Cathedralis Eboracensis Organista. 

1668 May 27 M»- Will. Tayler. 
May 31 M''^ Barbary Chapman. 
July 25 Mathew Tayler. 

Nov. 12 Margaret Stones,^ dau. of M"^ Christopher Stones. 

1669 Aug. 29 Christopherus Mickleton,^ Atturnatus et legum valde peritus, et 

in omnimoda scientia eruditus. 
Nov. 21 Gulielmus,^ Thomae Massom filius ; obiit vigesimo die novembris 

post vidie sepultus. 
Nov. 28 Timotheus Wilson, de baliva, hospes vicesimo octavo novembris 

sejiultus fuit, pridie moriabatur. 
Uxor''' Davidis Eeyles. 

1670 June 30 Richardus Curtise,^ hujusce Cathdralis Dunel. vergifer obiit. 
Greorgius Kipling,^ Eclesiae Cath. Dunel. vergifer obiit. 
Katherina, Roberti Headley uxor. 
Maria Robson, vidua, obiit. 

1671 May 29 Joannes,!*^ Dunel. Episcopus, mortuus fuit 15 Jan. & mense 

Maii proximo sequente sej)ultus fuit. 

1 Dr. Raine says that he gave, Jan. 1665, to the Chapter Library a copy of Walton's Polyglot, 
ed. 1657, in six folio vols. See his wife's burial 8 July 1687, and his dau. Mrs. Crosby's 19 Aug. 

2 He was son of Samuel Rush, of Norwich, by Mary (married 19 Nov. 1634 at St. Andrew's, 
Norwich), dau. of Giles Cosin or Cosyn, citizen of Norwich, and sister of Dr. John Cosin, Bishop 
of Durham, whose burial see 29 May [April] 1672. No will or adm'on can be found at Durham. 

^ See his widow's burial 19 Feb. 1691-2, and his children's baptisms 6 Jan. 1635-6 and 1 March 
1645-6. Margaret Green occurs as a .'sponsor to Margaret Stones 28 Nov. 1665. Christopher 
Green occurs as hypodidascalus scholse Duuelmensis 1577 — 1581. 

•• See her baptism 28 Nov. 1665. 

^ He purchased the Crookhall estate. His monumental inscription in the Cathedral no longer 
exists. See numerous other Mickletous in the Index, and Mickleton Pedigree, Surtees, vol. iv., 
part ii., p. 140. 

6 See the father's burial 10 Sep. 1675. 

7 See her husband's burial 2 Oct. 1681. 

® He was also a stationer and bookbinder, and was son-in-law to Anthony Cradock, Esq., 
whose burial see 12 Jan. 1623-4. See his son's baptism 9 Feb. 1625-6. The baptisms of Elizabeth, 
Margery, Anne, and Bridget, daughters of "Richard Courtiss,bookbynder," occur at St. Nicholas 
between 1627 and 1636. The office of verger appears to have been of some importance in the 
seventeenth century. Here we find the office filled by a well-to-do citizen, closely allied to one of 
the chief families in the county, and his wife being actually niece of one of the Archdeacons. 
Later we find a Mitford, son of an independent gentleman ; and, again, early in last century, it 
was held by the father of the future Dean Wetherell, who was the son of a substantial yeoman 
ranking among the lesser gentry, and the nephew of the Rector of Dinsdale and Middleton- 
St. George. 

^ See his marriage 5 June 1667. 

^° Dr. John Cosin, Bishop of Durham Nov. 1660 to 15 Jan. 1671-2, when he died in London, 














1673 May 15 Susanna/ Eli. Smith uxor ; obiit decimo quinto die Maii. 
May 15 Thomas Cartheret,^ filius Doc. Car. 
May 19 Sarah Eobson, vidua, decessit decimo nono die Man. 
June 1 Joyce Meggison, moriebatur primo die Jumi. 
1675 Dec. 24 Jana,^ uxor Benjamini Borrow. 

filia W'"' Lorraine. rx,. ^ • -n 

AprU 14 Venerabilis & Egregius Vir D^ Joh'es Neile,* SS» Theologiae Pro- 
fessor, et hujus Ecclesi* Cathedralis Prfebendarius Antiquus, 
naturae concessit. 
April 18 Cuthbertus Sisson,^ Gen^ annos agens octogmta Septem. & 
Curia? Consistorialis Dunelm. Procuratoru' unus, placida quievit 
Morte 17° die Aprilis, & die sequente sepultus est. 
July 4 Dorothea, uxor Lancelot! Hilton, Geuerosi. 
July 23 Margeria, filia W™' Mathew, Gen^. 
July 26 Joh'es, filius Joh'is Yapp. 

Aug. 11 Jana, filia Joh'is Yapp. . . . -r^ • 

Sep 10 Thomas Massom,^ huius Ecclesi* Cantor, obdormmt m Domino, 

nono die mensis Septembris, et die sequente sepultus est. 
Sep 28 Eichardus Wrench,^ SS. Theologian Bacc'l'us et hujus Ecclesise 

Prebendarius ; obiit 26° et 28° die mensis Octobris sep tuit. 
Dec. 2 M'''^ Maria Blakiston.^ 

where he was embalmed. The body was subsequently carried with great state to Durham, 
Trr V n^ 27^ April On the 29th it was taken to Bishop Auckland and buned in the chapel, 
which the Bishop had partly rebuilt. The date, May, given in the Register here is an error. 
S ta 1 anopt'in t^^ the fine staircase and other carved wood-work in the Casth., are 

due to Cosin See a brief but succinct memoir of him in Low's "Diocesan History o Durham 
?S P C K ■- " The Correspondence of Bishop Cosin » (Surtees Society, where his will is prmted, 
voLlvo'; ani his pedigree (which is not quite correct) in Surtees' "History," vol. i., p. cxiv. 
See his dau. Mrs. Granville's burial 14 Oct. 1691. 

1 See her husband the Minor Canon's burial 9 Dec. 1676. .i, , v • i a To,. 

^ i?LT Cartwright. See his brother's baptism 7 June 1675, and his mother's bunal 6 Jan. 


: l::'r^Vi£:'Ver,fL'!ist»\o't Dean .^ Chapte, of Westminster, by Catherine 
sJ.^L2 Tj^torTiv^. 1609 . of Pe,nbroKe Hall. Cambridge. D.D (Fellow 29 Oot^ 
ST. Pre" ndary of third stall in Durham Cathedral, collated 1 Aug 1635 ; Arohdeacoa o 
J.fl'nd,i™ Prebendary of York 28 Jan. 1633-4^ Vicar of Northallerton 1669; Dean of 
S7ot25M iVf* : aTso Prebendary of the Collegiate Church of Southwell 3 Aug. 1633 
Kipon /t, May lo * , denrived during the Commonwealth of his preferments, but 

C::trs:re?rt'i:Urtr'S::Ju .^ le,, and ,.as hnned in K.pon Cathedral. 

'"""■Itll. « mh, aged S,. See bis widow's burial 4 April 1688. and bis sou's 19 Dec. 

"""see probably, his widow's burial 20 March 1687-8. and his children's 1665 1699. and 1700. 
[John Massan, ani Ellinor Thompson were married 13 Feb. 1609-10 at St. Oswald s.] 

I l;: trToS l^Id'^lres, of Wimam BlaHston. gen... -■'.A^-'^-^-, »' 
York who wis buried 12 Nov. 1635 at St. Helen's, York, where she was baptized 18 Jan. 1617-18^ 
Thtvl Z n™is not in Snrtee.' Pedigree of» of Gihside. but he was probably of 
that family. See the burial, 15 May 1683. of his son-in-law Henry Blak.ston. ^ 


1675 Jan. 5 Wm'us,^ films Thornse Cartwright, S.T.P. et hujus Eccl'iae Pre- 

Mar. 23 Maria, filia Cuthberti Hilton, Gren^'. 

1676 April 25 Thomas White. 

Ai)ril25 Benjaminus Borrow, annos agens octoginta novem., et hujus 
Collegii, Janitor senex & fidelis, naturae concessit 24° die 
mensis Aprilis et die sequente sepultus est. 

June 29 Dorothea,^ uxor Samuelis Martin, Clec'i & hujus Eccl'ise Miiioris 
Canonici, Naturte concessit 28° die mensis Junii et die sequente 
sepulta est Anno D'ni (stylo Anglise) 1676°. 

Aug. 14 Joh'es,3 filius Thomae Battersby, Gen^'. 

July 27 Francisca, uxor Isaaci Basire, S.T.P., et hujus Eccl'iae Pre- 
bendarii ; naturae concessit 26° die JuHi et die sequente sepulta 

Oct. 8 G-racia Hutchinson, vidua. 

Oct. 14 Isaacus Basire, S.T.P., & hujus Eccl'se Prebendarius Obdormivit 
in D'no 13° die Octobris, et die sequente sepultus est. 

Dec. 9 Elias Smith,^ hujus Eccl'iae Precentor. 

Eeb. 20 Elizabetha,^ filia Joh'is Poster, Organistae. 

Mar. 15 Jana Plesence,^ vidua, annos agens octoginta duos, vel eo circiter, 
fatis concessit 14° die Martii, et die sequente sepultus est. 

1677 April 21 Joh'es Foster,^ Organista, Naturae concessit vicesimo die mensis 

Aprilis, et die sequente sep*^ est. 
May 1 Dorothea Barnes, Sp''. 
May 18 Jana Smith, vidua. 
Aug. 17 Thomas Newton, GrenS Naturae concessit 16° die Augusti, et die 

sequente sepultus est. 

1 See his brother's baptism 7 June 1675, and his mother's burial 6 Jan. 1682-3. 

2 She was baptized at St. Nicholas 12 March 1608-9, the dau. of Thomas Sonkey, gaoler, and 
Ann his wife, gaolotrix. Her children are all baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow. Samuel, the eldest 
son, was admitted at St. John's College, Cambridge, 21 Jan. 1661-2. See the husband's burial 

20 April 1682. 

3 See his baptism 1675, and his father's burial 6 Nov. 1716. 

* He was Master of the Grammar School 1640— 16GG, when he resigned ; Librarian to the 
Bean and Chapter, Vicar of Bedlington, and Minor Canon (occurring as such in 1632, but was 
probably so earlier). The following curious record of the reverses of the School is extracted 
from the Mickleton MSS. in the Chapter Library : " Intravit Scholam circa Festum S" Petri ad 
Vincula A° 1640. Schola diruta, discipulos autem docuit in Area Collegii, scilicet aliquando 
in Domo pertinente ad tertium Prsebe, juxta le Guest Hall ibid, aliquando etiam in Domo per- 
tineute ad primum prsebend. Curam habuit dictus Elias, in nequissimis temporibus Librorum 
in Bibliotheca Bee. & Cap. Bun. Etiamque Coparum & Vestimentorum & aliarum rerum ad 
Ecclesiam prsedictam pertinentium, salvaque omnia in eisdem temporibus custodivit. Elias, 
variis negotiis distractus, substituit sibi Prseceptores," etc. See his wife's burial 15 May 1673, 
and his children's baptisms and burials by consulting Index. 

s See her father's burial 21 April 1677. 

6 Widow of the Seneschal, whose burial see 14 May 1635. She was dau. of Henry Ewbanke, 
Prebendary of the twelfth stall (see his burial 15 March 1676-7), and sister of the wife (see her 
burial 24 May 1634) of Prebendary James. 

7 He first occurs as Organist Feb. 1661. See his widow's re-marriage 29 Nov. 1677, and his 
son's baptism 25 Jan. 1664-5. 


1677 Thomas Huchinson, sepult^ est. 
.... IS'elsou, sepult* est. 

Jan. 26 Fraucisca,^ uxor Cuth. Sisson, apothecarii, e vivis discessit 25° 

die Januarii, & die sequente sepultus est. 
Nov. 10 M'' Johannes Brakenbury, Naturae concessit nono die NovembS 

et die sequente sepult^ est. 

1678 May 2 Isaacus,- filius Isaaci Basire, Ar'. 
May 12 Anna,^ uxor Georgii Bullock. 
May 25 Isabella, filia Gulielmi Eeed. 

June 22 Franciscus,^ filius Joh'is Spearman, Gen^ 

^ She was dau. of Henry Hiittou, of Goldsborough, co. York, Esq., by his wife (see her 
burial 14 Jan. 1699-1700) Elizabeth (Lady Burton), dau. of Bishop Cosin. See her husband's 
burial 19 Dec. 1680. 

- See his baptism 18 Feb. 1676-7. 

3 She was married, as Ann Pattison, at St. Mary-le-Bow, "on St. Mark's day," 1665. See 
her sons' baptisms 25 Jan. 1665-6, 6 Jan. 1669-70, and 1 Nov. 1676 ; also the re-marriage, 22 Oct. 
1679, of her husband (who appears to have been Churchwarden at Bow), by whom she had, also 
baptized at Bow, George, 29 May 1667, and Edward, born 1 June 1674. 

* See his baptism 26 Jan. 1668-9, and his father's burial 22 Sep. 1703. 












a l^egii^ter ot all 3Sunall£S 



And of all Affidavits of the persons being buried in "Woollen from the first Day 
of August Anno D'ni 1678, according to an Act of Parliament intituled an 
Act for Burying in Woollen, made Anno Tricesimo Caroli Secundi Regis 
Anglise, etc., together with Memorialls entered against the Names of the Parties 
where noe such Affidavits were brought within the time limited in the said Act. 

Edvaedtjs Kirkbt, Sacrista. 

1678 Aug. 26 Timothy Brigham.^ (An Affidavit of his being buryed in 

Woollen, according to y'^ Act of Parliament, under y^ hands & 
seales of two mtnesses, & under y** hand of y^ Magistrate 
before w"* y^ same was sworne, was brought to me, September 
the S'^ —78°.) 

Robert Mitford,- sonn of John Mitford (Affidavit ut supra). 

Francis Wickliffe,^ gentleman (Aff.). 

Richard Clerke,'^ sonn of Wilfrid Clerke (AfE.). 

Susanna Smith, dan. of Henry Smith, clerke (Aff.). 

Richard Eawe,^ gent. Mem'i"'^ y* noe Affidavit of his being 
buried in Woollen was brought to me w^'^in eight days after his 
interment, and y* I gave notice y''of to George Bullock, 
Churchwarden, January y*^ 14***. 
[After this the Editor has omitted the words " Aff." or " No aff."] 

Francis Frewin, gen. 

Dorothy Lowther,^ widow. 

Georgius Lindsey. 

Mary, dau. of Cuthbert Bowes. 

1679 April 3 Thomas Hull, gent. 
Frances,^ dau. of M-" Tho. Blakiston. 
Elizabeth,^ wife of Cuthbert Coulson. 
. . . .^ dau. of Cuthbert Bowes. 

1 He was baptized 14 Jan. 1609-10 at St. Nicholas, the son of Thomas Brigham, who has 
other children baptized there, and is elsewhere termed " Smith." See burial of his wife 4 May 
1682, and of his dau. Horseman 7 Oct. 1698. 

' Also registered at Bow. See his baptism 8 Feb. 1675-6, and his father's burial 4 Oct. 1704. 

^ Also in Bow Register, where the date is given as 1 Dec. 

" See his baptism 8 Nov. 1675, and his father's burial 16 March 1679-80. 

» He entered his pedigree (" No proofe of any armes ") at Dugdale's Visitation 1666, being 
then aged 46, and was described as of Plawsworth, co. Pal. See his widow's burial 24 Feb. 1697-8, 
and his son's 13 Feb. 1721-2. The name, originally Raw, appears to have become Rawe and finally 

^ Also in Bow Register. 

7 Baptized at Darlington 19 Dec. 1669. See her father's burial 25 March 1711. 

^ Also in Bow Register. 

9 See her father's burial 22 Feb. 1714-15. 













June 18 

June 21 


1679 Aug. 18 Dorothy, dan. of M' John Cowle. ^ , . , ■ 

Oct 3 CWop^er Bell, gent. (Mem- y^ noe Affidavit of his bemg 
buryed in Woollen was brought to me w^hin 8 days after his 
interment; upon notice w^of to y« Churchwardens I was 
certifyed by y- of y« levying & receiving y« forfeiture m y« 
case made & provided, Ocf^ 10'^ —79.) 
Dec. 3 Thomas Thompson, gent. 
Mar. 16 Wilfrid Clerk,i gent. 
1680 AprH 5 Sarah Easter,- ^vidow. 

April 13 Nicholas Fewster,^ clerk, Minor Canon of y^ Church. 
July 3 Christopher Eashell. 
July 13 Eebecca Myres, sp^ 
Aug. 9 Samuel Adamson.^ 
Aug. 13 John Horsman. 
Aug. 25 Jane Weeres, ^^'ife of Tho. Weeres. 
Sep. 4 John, sonn of Ealph Midleton. 
Nov. 15 M" Cooper, widow. 
Dec. 4 Eichard Lewen. 
Dec. 12 Thomas Bell,' prisoner. 
Dec. 19 Cuthbert Sisson,^ gent. 
Mar. 13 John Hutchinson, prisoner. 
1681 AprH 26 Jeronyma,' wife of M'^ Thomas Battersby. 
May 30 Arthur Phillipps,^ gent. 
June 6 John Nicholls,^ gent. 
June 6 William," sonn of Geo. BuUock. 
June 21 Barbara,!! dau. of John Mitford. 

(20*'^ Julii 1681. Johannes Milner, bacrista.) 

1 See his daughter's baptism 6 Feb. 1670-71. By his wife Mary he had besides Maria Ann 
and R hard wb'ose baptiLs see 1670-71,1673. and 1675 John 10 March 1663-4; WUham, 
16 July 1666 ; Dorothy, 11 May 1668 ; and Mary, 10 Feb. 1671-2, all baptized at Bow. 

2 F.jmter nerhaps synonymous with Hester occurring before. 

3 S merhouTe Cambridge, B.A. 1675 ; M.A. 1679. He was sometime Under Master of the 
Grammar School. See his son's burial 22 Aug. 1681. ["Nicholas Fewster and Margrett 
Wright " married 24 Nov. 1607 at St. Oswald's.] 

* See note to burial of Samuel Adamson 24 July 1683. 

* The gaol was then in the parish of St. Mary-le-Bow. 
« See his wife's burial 26 Jan. 1677-8. 

7 See her husband's burial 6 Nov. 1716. . 

s fee hTs widow's burial 17 March 1694-5. Artbur,'son of Arthur Fhilhps, occurs in the 
Barber Surgeons' books as bound apprentice 31 July 1665. See baptism (of his dau. ?) 6 Jan. 

'"'" Of Durham ; not improbably a descendant of " my brother Nicholls "mentioned in the will, 
12 Nov 1607, of Inna, >4dow of Chancellor Swyft, and dau. of Thomas Lever, Master of Sh r- 
burn H swill is datei 5 March 1680-81, and was proved by the widow and sole ex'or Hester 
Soils whe burial see 2 Oct. 1699. See his son's baptism 22 April 1662. [Cuthbert Nichos 
L in 1576 iMinor Canon, and occurs as k.podidascalus in 1587-1589 ; and a John Nicholls 
was' appointed circa 1666 Master of Bishop Langley's Song-School.] 

1" See his father's burial 2 Aug. 1699, and his mother s 12 May 1678. , , «.. 

u Born 6 and baptized 13 Oct. 1678 at St. Mary-le-Bow, where her burial also is entered. See 
her father's burial 4 Oct. 1704. 


1681 Aug. 1 Anne, wife of Robert Smith, gent. 

Aug. 22 John,! son of Dorothy Fewster, widdow ; on Monday. 

Sep. 15 Cuthbert,- son of Cuth. Bowes, Taylor. 

Oct. 2 David Eales.^ 

Oct. 3 William, son of William Snawdon. 

Nov. 26 Martha,^ dau. of Cuth. Hilton. 

Dec. 19 Jane Chipchase, of Norton, spinser. 

Jan. 7 Jane Hutchinson, widow. 

Jan. 7 Ralph, 5 the son of D"^ Hen. Bagshaw, in y« 9 Altars. 

Feb. 27 Thomas,^ son of Peter Nelson. 

Mar. 1 Henry Peirson. 

Mar. 3 Thomasin Horseman. 

Mar. 9 Mary Philips. 

1682 Mar. 31 Mary Mitchell, Spinsf. 
April 13 John Jackson, Porter. 

April 20 Samuell Martin,^ Minor Canon of this Church. 

May 4 Mary Brigham,^ wid. 

June 10 Nicholas,^ son of M''^ Dorothy Fewster, Wid. 

June 20 Isabell,^" wife of Jo. Benson. 

July 7 Meriell,^^ wife of M'" Anthony Lodge. 

Aug. 9 Ra. Colepitt, gent., of Bishop Auckland. 

Aug. 18 William,^^ son of Jo. Bowman. 

Oct. 16 John,^'^ son of Nicholas Barwick, Grent. 

Jan. 6 Sarah,!^ wife of D'' Tho. Cartwright, Deane of Rippon. 

Jan. 15 Priscilla,i5 dau. of Tho. Battersby, Clerke. 

* See his baptism 5 Jan. 1678-9. The mother was dau. of John Martin, of Elvet, gent., and 
was baptized 13 April 1652 at St. Oswald's, where she married, 3 Peb. 1675-6, the Rev. Nicholas 
Fewster, whose burial see 13 April 1680. She was buried as " Mrs. Dorothy Feaster, widow," 
22 June 1687 at St. Oswald's. 

2 See the father's burial 22 Feb. 1714-15. 

3 See his second marriage 20 June 1670, and his first wife's burial 1 Jan. 1669-70. 

* See her baptism 23 July 1679, and her father's burial 28 April 1686. 

* See baptism of his brother Henry 2 April 1684. 
« See the father's burial 20 May 1703. 

7 He was Master of Bishop Langley's Petty-School (" pro piano cantu et arte scribendi "), in 
which he had officiated during the incarceration of the loyal Thomas Wandless, commonly called 
"cavalier," son of Alderman Edward Wandless. Martin himself, we learn, was nicknamed 
" Baggs " by his pupils. He occurs as Perpetual Curate of St. Nicholas 1663 — 1680. See his 
wife's burial 29 June 1676. 

8 " Tymothie Bridgham and Mary his wifiF" married 14 July 1633 at St. Nicholas. See her 
husband's burial 26 Aug. 1678. 

9 See his brother's burial 22 Aug. 1681. 

1" See burial of her husband, to whom she appears to have been first wife, 19 Dec. 1696. 

" See her husband's burial 21 July 1687. 

" See his baptism 31 Dec. 1678, and his father's burial 27 Jan. 1695-6. 

" See his baptism 31 Aug. 1682, and his father's burial 7 Dec. 1687. 

" See her son's baptism 7 June 1675. 

'* See her baptism 17 July 1678, and her father's burial 6 Nov. 1716. 


1682 Jan. 27 Eichard Mathewes,i gg^-jt. 

1683 April 4 Elizabeth Mitforcl,^ widdow ; Wednesday. 
April 23 Jolin Archibald, gardiner. 

April 25 Anne Hunter, spinster. 

May 15 Henry Blakiston,"^ gent. 

June 29 Eichard,* son of Jo. Eaw, Esq. 

Nov. 26 Christian Foster ;5 on Monday. 

Dec. 29 Frances Gravelle, niece to Isa. Casaubon.*^ 

Jan. 9 Eobert Hilton, Esq^ ; on Wednesday. 

Jan. 20 Katherine Hubbock ; on Sunday. 

Mar. 18 Eebecca Mathewes ; on Tuesday. 

1684 May 15 Sarah, ^Yiie of Nicholas Hodgson ; Thursday. 
June 20 John,7 son of John Taylor. 

Aug. 10 Thomasin,^ wife of Eo. Adamson, clerk ; Sunday. 
Aug. 20 Eobert,9 go^ of John Mickleton, Esq^ ; Wednesday. 

1 See his widow's burial 21 Dec. 1G87. 

- She was married as Elizabeth Porter. 28 Oct. 1G25, at St. Mary-le-Bow, to Robert Mitford, 
of the North Bailey, gent., to whose will, dated 24 Jan. 1666-7, she was Executrix, and who was 
buried 9 Eeb. following at Bow. See the burial of their second son John Mitford 4 Oct. 1704. 
Their eldest son Christopher Mitford was baptized 9 Jan. 1627-8 at Bow, and died, vita pafris, 
leaving two sons, Robert and William, the latter living with the grandfather in 1666-7, and both 
mentioned in his will. They also had Swinburne and Robert Mitford, baptized same place 1639 
and Nov. 1646 respectively. 

3 Youngest son of Sir William Blakiston, of Gibside, co. Pal., Knt., by Jane, dau. of Robert 
Lambton, of Lambton, Esq., and brother of the first Baronet of Gibside (extinct). He married 
Elizabeth (her surname not given in Surtees), third dau. and coheir of William Blakiston, gent., 
Attorney-at-Law, of York, where she was baptized at St. Helen's 3 Oct. 1613. She was buried in 
the chancel of the church of Danby-upon-Wiske, co. York, of which her son Gabriel Blakiston 
was Rector. [See burials of her sister Mary 2 Dec. 1675, and her great-niece Mrs. Bowes 
13 Nov. 1715.] See their children's burials 8 Feb. 1643-4, 23 March 1648-9, and that of their 
son Thomas Blakiston, Esq., 25 March 1711, and dau. Jane Blakiston 2 June 1714. 

■« Eldest child, apparently, of his father, whose burial see 13 Feb. 1721-2. His baptism is not 
at St. Oswald's, with those of all his brothers and sisters. 

5 See his baptism 29 Sep. 1667, and his father's burial 21 April 1677. 

8 Mons. J. de Gravelle du Pin was son-in-law of Isaac Casaubon, and signs the dedicatory 
epistle of Casaubon's " Commentary on Polybius," published in 1617, after the author's death, 
and the above Frances was, with scarcely any doubt, his dau., and granddau. of Isaac Casaubon— 
not niece, which is probably a slip of the transcriber, who would be accustomed to hear the names 
of Isaac and Casaubon in conjunction. " Niece " and " cousin " also, in those days, had a much 
wider signification than at present. She was actually niece, however, to Dr. Meric Casaubon, 
Prebendary of Canterbury. Isaac Casaubon died, aged 54, in 1614, so that he would hardly have 
a niece to represent him in 1683, but it may be fairly assumed that he was grandfather of 
Frances Gravelle. The territorial du Pin would naturally be relinquished in England. Isaac 
Ca.saubon married Florence, dau. of the most eminent of the great French printers who bore the 
name of Estienne, or Stephen, or Stephanus. See Michael Mattaire's " Stephanorum Historia," 


' See his baptism 29 Jan. 1643-4, and his mother's burial 26 Jan. 1709-10. 

8 See baptism of her son 24 July 1683. The Rev. Robert Adamson was admitted 20 April 
1672, then aged 18, at St. John's College, Cambridge. [" Mr. Robert Adamson, curate of 
Trimdon," buried 19 April 1709 at St. Oswald's.] 

9 He was baptized at Crossgate 14 June 1683. See his father's burial 16 Jan. 1708-9. 


1684 Dec. 3 Jo. Sudbury,^ Deane of Durham. 
Dec. 7 Jo. Douthwaite, beadsman ; Sunday. 
Feb. 14 Henry,^ son of D'' Henry Bagshaw. 

Feb. 18 Dorothy,^ wife of Jo. Mitford ; Wednesday. 

Feb. 28 Mary Hilton, widdow ; Saturday. 

1685 May 10 Miles Stapylton, Esq'' ; Sunday. 
May 29 Lancelot Hilton, gent. 

May 31 Dorothy Davison, wid. 

Oct. 4 Elizabeth,* dau. of Jo. Simpson. 

Dec. 12 Richard Jackson. 

Dec. 28 Anne,^ dau. of M'" Jo. Morton, Prebendary. 

Jan. 9 Catherine,^ dau. of Jo. Haw, Esq*". 

Jan. 10 Elianor, dau. of Eob. Hilton. 

Jan. 15 Jane, the dau. of Thomas Skepper. 

1686 Mar. 30 Tho. Musgrave,? D.D. 
April 28 Cuthbert Hilton, gent. 

May 24 Richard,^ son of Tho. Crosby, was borne & buryed. 

Oct. 30 Jane Milner,^ an infant. 

Dec. 14 Michael Spearman,^^ gent. 

Jan. 13 Eo. Adamson, prisoner. 

Jan. 15 .... Bolton, prisoner. 

Feb. 2 Joseph,^^ son of Henry Smith, Clerk. 

Feb. 9 George Kirby,^^ gent. 

1687 April 17 Thomas, son of Geo. Bullock. 
July 8 Elizabeth Myres,^^ widow. 

* He was made Dean 1661, succeeding Dr. Barwick, who had held the Deanery but a year. 
He turned the old refectory of the Monks into a library, and at the end of that chamber, over 
the door leading into the Deanery, his full-length portrait hangs. He was uncle of Sir John 
Sudbury, of Eldon, co. Pal., created a Baronet 1685, who died 1691 s.p. See note to baptism of 
John Wilson 17 Aug. 1684. 

2 See his baptism 2 April 1684. 

^ She died 17th, according to Bow Register. See her marriage 11 Nov. 1669, and her 
husband's burial 4 Oct. 1704. 

■• See her baptism 12 March 1682-3, and her father's burial 10 June 1688. 
' See her baptism 19 Oct. 1684, and her sister Dulcibella's 22 Aug. 1682. 

* Baptized at St. Oswald's 17 June 1684. Elder dau. by his first wife of John Raw, or Rowe, 
Esq., whose burial see 13 Feb. 1721-2. 

' Of Queen's College, Oxford, matriculated 10 March 1656-7 ; B.A. 26 July 1659 ; M.A. 
5 May 1662; B.D. and D.D. 10 Oct. 1685; Rector of Salkeld, Cumberland, 1669; of Whitburn, 
00. Pal., Durham, 1675 ; Canon and Archdeacon of Carlisle 1669 ; Canon of Durham 1675 ; 
of Chichester 1681 ; and Dean of Carlisle 1684 until his death 28 March 1686. He was 
sixth son of Sir Philip Musgrave, of Edenhall, second Bart., who was created Baron Musgrave 
after the Restoration, but the patent was never taken out. He married Mary, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Harrison of Copgrove, Knt., by Margaret, dau. of Conyers, Lord Darcy. See the baptism of a 
grandchild 20 June 1683, the son of one of Dean Musgrave's daughters and coheirs. Another dau., 
Margaret Musgrave, married Ralph Shipperdson, Esq., of Pittingtou Hallgarth, co. Pal., and her 
representative was the late Rev. Edmund Hector Shipperdson, formerly Hopper, D.L., J. P., of 
Pittingtou and Hermitage. 

* See his father's burial 9 Nov. 1707. " See her father's burial 5 June 1705. 
1" See his father's burial 22 Sep. 1703. " See his father's burial 6 July 1696. 

12 See his widow's burial 11 March 1693-4. ^^ See her husband's burial 18 March 1666-7. 































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1687 July 21 M^' Antho. Lodge.^ 
Nicholas Barwicke," gent. 
Isabell Matthews, widow. 
Jo. Dun, porter. 
Jane Hutchinson, widow. 
George Campbell, gent. 
Mary Massam, widow. 

1688 April 4 Murial Sisson, widow.-'' 
W" Skurfeild. (No affidavit brought to me, but as I suppose, 

to the Minister of Bow.) 
June 10 John Simpson.^ (The affidavit of his being buryed in Woollen 

delivered to M'" Kirton, Minister of Bow.) 
Dulcibella Morton.' 
Jane,^ wife of "W™ Werdon, bookseller. 
Mary,7 dau. of W"^ Werdon. 
Elizabeth Morley, spinster. 
Anne,^ wife of John Darbyshire. 
M'' Edward Kirkby,^ Prsecentor of this Church. 

1689 June 26 Mary Spooner, spinster. 

(M^ John Smith, Sacrista, Nov. 20, 1689.) 

Margaret, wife of M^' Timothy Stott. 
Eichard,^'^' son of D"" Grayhm. 

' He was son of Christopher Lodge, of Wolsingham, gent., who made his will 12 Nov. 1683. 
See his wife's burial 7 July 1682, and daughters' baptisms 15 May 1665 and 30 Nov. 1666. 

2 He was brother of Dr. Peter Barwick the Physician, and of Dr. John Barwick, first Dean of 
Durham after the Restoration 1660. In his will, dated 23 Nov. 1687, he is described as " of the 
college," and he mentions his brother Dr. Peter Barwick, son George, dau. Jane, and his brother- 
in-law Mr. John Milner, Mr. George Read, etc. 

3 She was baptized 1597 at St. Mary-le-Bow, the eldest dau. of Robert Cooper, Esq., of Dur- 
ham, Steward of the County Palatine, and a Master of the High Court of Chancery, who entered 
his pedigree and arms at Dugdale's Visitation 1615. See her husband's burial 18 April 1675. 

■* He was a Notary Public. See his wife's burial 31 Oct. 1711, and his daughters' 4 Oct. 1G85 
and 15 July 1693. See also burial of Thomas Simpson 23 June 1710. 

5 Wife of Dr. Thomas Morton, Prebendary, and Rector of Sedgefield, and previously wife of 
Rev. Thomas Dalton. She was baptized 21 Jan. 1G43-4 at Sedgefield, and was, in the words of 
that Register, " filia venerabilis viri Josephi Naylor, sacrse theologise professoris, et ecclesite hujus 
rectoris vigilantissimi." Her mother was Dulcibella, dau. of Richard Baddeley, Esq. See note 
to biu-ial of William Bridges 15 Aug. 1634. See her daughter's baptism 22 Aug. 1682 for an 
account of Dr. Morton ; also her brother's baptism 18 Dec. 1637. 

6 See her husband's burial 29 March 1703. 

7 See preceding entry. 

8 She was married, as Anne Borrow, 9 Jan. 1674-5 at St. Mary's, and was probably a grand- 
dau. of Benj. Borrow, buried 25 April 1676. 

8 He was M.A., and admitted free of Mercers' Company, Durham, 15 Nov. 1681. See his 
widow's burial 16 July 1721. 

w See his baptism 17 Sep. 1689. The father William Graham, D.D., of Christ Church, 
Oxford, was brother of Richard, first Viscount Preston, and a younger son of Sir George Graham, 
second Bart., of Esk and Netherby, Cumberland, by his wife Lady Mary Johnstone, dau. of 
James, first Earl of Hartfell, and sister of the second Earl, created also Earl of Annandale. He 
succeeded Dr. Smith, on his promotion from the Deanery to the Bishopric of Carlisle in the 



1689 Jau. 12 Barbara,!^ ^^ife of William Suawdon. 
Feb. 28 Thomas Cradock,^ Esq'. 

Mar. 19 Sarah Taylor, wid. 

[Affidavits of being hurled in toooUen cease here.] 

1690 Mar. 25 Barbara,^ wife of John Bomnau. 
April 1 G-eorge Barkas/ Not. Pub. 
June 28 John,^ son of John Lisle, Clerk. 

Dec. 7 William Wilson," LL.B., Sp'ul Chancellor. 

Jan. 22 George,"^ son of John Morton, Preb'i. 

Feb. 18 Mary,^ wife of W'" Wilson, ut sup. 

Feb. 19 Anne Green,^ widow of M"" Green, M.C. 

Mar. 3 John Watson. 

1691 Aug. 2 Margarett,io ^^ife of John Eldridge. 

Oct. 14 Anne,ii ^ifg of D"" Granville, Dean of Durham. 

first prebend, being installed 16 Aug. 1684, and succeeded Dr. Hartwell in the Rectory of Wliick- 
ham 1685; made Dean of Carlisle 1686, and Dean of Wells 1704; Clerk of the Closet and 
Chaplain to Queen Anne. He died 5 Feb. 1711-12, and was buried at Kensington. From the 
Dean the present Earonets, both of Esk and Netherby, descend. See the marriage of his sister 
Lady Fenwick 18 May 1704. 

1 See her marriage 1 May 1678, and her husband's burial 15 Oct. 1692. 

2 Died 25th. Eldest and only surviving son of Sir Joseph Cradock, Knt., LL.D., Commissary 
of the Archdeaconry of Richmond, and grandson of Archdeacon Cradock, whose burial see 30 Dec. 
1627. He was a Fellow of Trinity, Cambridge, and Barrister-at-Law of Gray's Inn, 
Attorney-General to Bishop Cosin, sometime M.P. for Richmond, Yorkshire. He married, 
firstly, Sibella, dau. of Archdeacon Gabriel Clarke (whose burial see 12 May 1662), who died 
2 March 1669; and secondly, Dorothy (baptized 10 Sep. 1639 at Crossgate, and buried there 
24 Feb. 1709-10), dau. of Nicholas Heath, of Little Eden, co. Pal, Esq., but had issue by neither. 
He is buried near his father-in-law, the Archdeacon, and his ML. bears the arms : On a chevron 
three garbs. Crest : A bear's head couped and muzzled. 

=* See her husband's burial 27 Jan. 1695-6. 

4 See his widow's burial 10 Oct. 1693. [Richard Barkas occurs as Minor Canon in 1576.] 

» See his baptism 1 Dec. 1689. 

6 He was a Notary Public and Registrar to the Chapter, LL.B. of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 
He was accidentally drowned. See his wife's burial 18 Feb. 1690-91 ; son's baptism 17 Aug. 
1684, and daughter's 15 Dec. 1685 ; and son's burial 6 Jan. 1700-1. 

7 See his baptism 30 Oct. 1683, and his mother's burial, if he was by the first wife, 22 Sep. 


8 See her marriage 18 Dec. 1677, and her husband's burial 7 Dec. 1690. 

9 See her husband's burial 14 May 1667. 

10 See her marriage 18 March 1688-9, and her husband's burial 24 Feb. 1697-8. 

11 She was fourth dau. of Dr. Cosin, Bishop of Durham (whose burial see 29 May, valde April, 
1672), by his marriage (13 Aug. 1626 at Crossgate) with Frances, dau. of Marmaduke Blakiston, 
D.D., Prebendary of Durham, Rector of Sedgpfield, and Archdeacon of Cleveland, which last 
preferment he resigned in favour of his son-iu-law Cosin. There is a good memoir of Dr. Denys 
Granville in the " Diocesan History of Durham " (S.P.C.K.), p. 281, which gives a list of his prefer- 
ments, etc., but where the editor. Canon Low, is a little wrong in his genealogy. Dr. Granville was 
born circa 1637, the youngest surviving son of the celebrated cavalier Sir Bevil Granville, of Stow, 
who has been termed " the Bayard of England," and brother of the first Earl of Bath, and uncle 
of the first Lords Lansdowne and Granville, all of which peerages are extinct. Notwithstanding 
his emoluments as a Prebendary, an Archdeacon, and the Rector of two good livings, all of which 
he afterwards held together with his Deanery, he became, from his extravagant way of life, much 
in debt, and was actually arrested in the cloisters as he was coming from service, iu the presence, 








































1691 Dec. 2 John Tappe,i Bailiff to y« D. & C. 
William Martiall, Clerk, M.A., Minor Can. 

1692 June 6 Eobert Thornton, Clerk, Sector o£ Boldeu. 
William Snawdon,- yeoman. 
Anne Scourfield. 
John Darby, yeom. 
William Stagg,^ Not. Pub. 

1693 May 18 Elisabeth, dan. of Henry Smith. 
Grolibright, dau. of Henry Smith. 
Mary,^ dau. of Isabell Simpson. 
James Mickleton, Esq'". 
Elisabeth Edmundson.^ 
Elisabeth Barkas,^ ^\dd. 
Henry,''' son of John Lisle, Clerk. 
Catherine Foster, wid. 
Thomas Were. 

Anne,^ wife of Arch-D. Booth. 
Richard Mitchel, the Bishop's porter. 
Mary Kirkby,^ wid. 

1694 April 12 Timothy Horseman.^f 

Aug. 28 Edward, son of John Lisle, Clerk. 

Oct. 25 Samuel Eyre, D.D., Prebendary of y« S'^ preb'', & Eecf of Whit- 
Dec. 1 Elisabeth,!^ wife of Cuthbert Bowes. 

we are told, of many of the chief gentry of the county. He was Dean from 1684 until the fall of 
James the Second, whom he followed to France (where he died), refusing to take the oaths to the 
new King. His preferments were not filled up until 1691. 

1 John Yapp graduated at Magdalen College, Oxon, B.A. 2 May 1662. See his wife's 
burial 4 Aug. 1718, and his son the Rev. Abraham Yapp's 23 Dec. 1728, and other children in 

2 See his mfe's burial 12 Jan. 1689-90, and baptisms of his children, — Jan. 1678-9 and 
8 Jan. 1682-3. 

3 See his wife's burial 27 Feb. 1718-19, and the baptism of his son 2 May 1678. 
•' See her baptism — Nov. 1676, and her father's burial 10 June 1688. 

' See note to burial of William Edmundson 8 Dec. 1704. 

^ See her husband's burial 1 April 1690. 

7 See his baptism 31 Aug. 1693. 

s She was dau. of Sir Robert Booth, Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas in Ireland, 
and first wife of Robert Booth, Archdeacon of Durham, who was father, by his second wife, of 
the fourth and last Lord Delamere. Dr. Booth, who succeeded Dean and Archdeacon Granville 
in the lesser preferment in 1691, was a younger son of Sir George Booth, second Bart., of Dun- 
ham Massie, an eminent Royalist, who was created Baron Delamere 1661, by his second wife 
Lady Elizabeth Grey, dau. of the first Earl of Stamford. He was made Dean of Bristol 1708. 

9 She was dau. of ... . Smith, Esq., of Burnhall (see Fed., Surtees, vol. iv., part ii., p. 187), 
and widow of George Kirkby, Esq., to whom she was married 14 April 1667 at St. Oswald's. See 
his burial 9 Feb. 1686-7. 

1" Son of William Horseman (whose burial see 17 Jan. 1723-4) by his wife Mary, dau. of 
Timothy Brigham. 

" She was married, as Elizabeth Barcroft, 16 Nov. 1671 at St. Nicholas, and was probably 
dau. of George Barcroft (see his burial 10 Feb. 1638-9), and baptized 1 May 1639. See her 
husband's burial 22 Feb. 1714-15. 


1691 Dec. 2S ["M" Elizabeth Shuttleworth^ of tliis parish was buried in the 
Abbie Churchyard." St. Oswald's Eegister, 1694.] 
Jaue Philips,- widow. 

1695 April 15 Richard, son of M^' Mich. Mickleton. 
Elisabeth,'^ dau. of W™ Horseman. 
Katherine Foster. 

(Eranciscus Woodmas, Sacrista, Novemb. 20, 1695.) 
Michaell, son of M-" Mich. Mickleton. 
John Bowman.^ 
Elizabeth, •'' dau. of M'' John Spearman. 

1696 June 19 Tamar,« wife of M>- Henry Smith, Clerk. 
M'' Henry Smith,^ Clerk. 
Elizabeth,^ wife of M"" Thomas Crosby. 
Dorothy,^ wife of John Clement, porter. 
Johu,!'^ son of John Clement, porter. 
John Benson.^^ 
Jane Taj). 

Morton Blakeston ; at Bow Church. 
Abraham Tap, inf ^ 
Elizabeth Martin. 

(Abra. Tap, sacrista, Eeb. xi. succeeded M'* Woodmas.) 

1697 May 11 Ellenor Lewins ; Tuesday. 
Elizabeth Morton,^- dau. of D»' Morton ; Affidavit. 
James Smart, sen., one of the lay-clerks of the Cathedr^ ; 

Nov. 11 Jo. Martin, Minor Can'on of the Cath. Ch. of Durham. 

' She was elder dau. and coheiress of Thomas Moore, gent., owner of large fisheries on the 
south side of the Tweed, and was widow of Nicholas Shuttleworth, of Forcet, co. York, and 
Durham, Esq.— the first of that family there settled —to whom she was married 28 Sep. 1671 at 
St. Oswald's. See the burials of her son 2 Oct. 1704, and her sister 22 March 1701-2. 

'^ She was married, as Jane Hutchinson, at St. Oswald's, 12 Nov. 1643, to Arthur Phillipps, 
gent., whose burial see 30 May 1671. 

•■* See her baptism 29 Sep. 1692, and her fathers burial 17 Jan. 1723-4. 

'' See his wife's burial 25 March 1690, and baptisms of his children in Index. 

* She was baptized 4 June 1695 at St. Mary-le-Bow. See her father's baptism 28 March 

" See her husband's burial next entry. 

7 See his baptism 10 Feb. 1642-3. He was Rector of St. Mary's in the South Bailey. He 
appears to have been given to drink, and was often admonished by the Dean and Chapter on that 
head, and was perhaps suspended for some time. See preceding entry and his children's burials 
9 Jan. 1678-9 and 2 Feb. 1687-8. 

^ See her marriage 9 Oct. 1681. She was a dau. of Ambrose Myers, whose burial see 
18 March 1666-7. See her husband's burial 9 Nov. 1707. 

^ See her husband's burial 11 May 1710. 

•" See preceding entry. 

^' See his first wife's burial 30 June 1682, and his children's baptisms 21 July 1685 and 
21 Sep. 1686. 

^^ See her baptism 22 April 1688. She was youngest child of Dr. Morton by his first wife, 
whose burial see 22 Sep. 1688. 







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1697 Nov. 23 Will. Hawkins, one o£ the lay clerks of y"^ Cath. Ch. of Durh. 
Feb. 24 M'' John Eldridg.^ 

Feb. 24 M''" Jane Eowe,- mdow of Rich. Rowe. 

1698 Sep. 22 Eliz.,=5 dau. of D"^ Dobson. 
Oct. 7 Mary,* wife of Will. Horsman. 
Nov. 21 Rich. Wakelin.» 

Dec. 5 Mary,^ dau. of D"" Smith. 

Feb. 9 Mf Cuth. Hall. 

Feb. A woman in y'^ jail. 

1699 AprH 9 M" Longfield. 

April 13 Barbara,^ wife of Abra. Yapp, Clerk. 

Aug. 2 George Bullock.^ 

Aug. 9 ... .9 son of D'' Smith. 

Sep. 27 Johni" ("Robert" erased), son of Gilbert Spearman. 

Oct. 2 M" Hester Nichols,^^ widow. 

Jan. 14 Dame Eliz. Burton.^^ 

1 See his wife's burial 2 Aug. 1691. 

2 She was the only dau. of Barnabas Hutchinson, Attorney and Proctor. Her M.I. says she 
died 14 Teb. 1700, which of course must be wrong, and was probably inscribed long after her 
death. The same altar-tomb, now almost illegible, described her father as dying 14 March 1(533, 
and Jane his wife 28 Feb. 1699, ajt. 102, but both were probably buried at St. Mary-le-Bow, to 
which Barnabas was a benefactor b}- will. See her husband's burial 6 Jan. 1678-9. 

^ See her baptism same day. 

^ She was dau. of Timothy Brigham, whose burial see 26 Aug. 1678, and was married at 
St. Oswald's 21 Sep. 1669. See her husband's burial 17 Jan. 1723-4. [Mary Horsman, widow, 
buried 26 Dec. 1684; and Mary Horsman, spinster, buried 9 Sep. 1684 at St. Oswald's.] 

5 He was baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow 29 March 1657, the son of the Rev. Richard Wikelin, 
or WaikUnge, Minor Canon, whose burial see 30 Oct. 1661. 

6 See her baptism 26 Jan. 1697-8. 

7 lu her marriage licence, dated 24 Feb. 1693, she is termed Barbara Taylor, spinster. She 
is called sister, 1698, by John Taylor, a relation perhaps of Thomas Taylor, whose marriage 
with Mary Yapp see 13 Feb. 1699-1700. See burial of her husband, to whom she was first wife, 

23 Dec. 1728. 

8 See burial of his first wife 12 May 1678, and his second marriage 22 Oct. 1679. 

^ See baptism same day. 

1" See his mother's burial 26 Jan. 1700-1. 

11 See her husband's burial 6 June 1681. 

'- She was the second dau. of Dr. Cosin, Bishop of Durham (whose burial see 29 May 1672), 
and was born 11 and baptized 17 June 1632 at Brancepeth. She married, firstly, Henry Hutton, 
of Goldsborough, co. York, Esq. (son of Sir Richard Hutton), by whom she had a dau. Frances, 
whose burial see 26 Jan. 1677-8 ; secondly. Sir Thomas Burton, Knt., of Brampton, Wetmorland, 
by whom she had two sons, Richard Burton (of whom, for clearness sake, more below), and Henry 
Burton, who was buried 13 Jan. 1661-2 at St. Andrew's Auckland ; thirdly, 23 Dec. 1662, at 
St. Andrew's Auckland, Samuel Davison, of Wingate, co. Pal., Esq., who was buried 15 April 1671 
in the chapel at Auckland, much to the displeasure of the Bishop, his father-in-law, during his 
absence in London ; fourthly she married Isaac Basire, Esq., the burial of whose son by her see 
2 May 1678. The Rev. Richard Burton, mentioned above, left a widow, " Mrs. Mary Burton," 
buried at St. Oswald's 21 March 1720-21. Their son Richard Burton, Esq., lived, >«re Masons, 
at Elemore Hall, having married at Pittington, 21 April 1729, Frances, only dau. of Thomas 
Mitford, Esq. He died s.p. and was buried 24 Feb. 1740-41 at St. Oswald's, where his widow 
also was buried 6 Feb. 1758. 






























1700 Aug. 21 Jo., son of Henry Smith. 
Tho. Crosby, son of Francis Crosby. 
John,i son of M'' Cuthbert's. 
Charles,^ son of My Cuthbert's. 

M''^ Ann Gruorden,''' wife of M'' Alderman G-uorden's. 
M'' Tho. Sherman, Minor Canon ; S* Andrew day. 
John Fairlesse, Virger. 
John Massam.^ 

Jane, y'= wife of John Fairlesse. 
Sudbury Wilson.-^ 
Mary,'^ mfe of M'' Grilbert Spearman, 

1701 April 16 Ellenor Shaw,^ wife of Alexander Shaw. 
Grilbert,^ sou of M'' Gilbert SjDearman. 
Marg. Huddleston,^ widoAv, of Elvet Parish. 

1702 May 6 Ann,io dau. of M>- Geo. Dixon. 

1 Eldest son of John Cuthbert, Esq., by his wife Dorothy Spearman, whose baptism see 
29 June 1670. 

2 Fifth son of John Cuthbert, Esq. See previous entry. 

^ Also entered in St. Nicholas Register—" in the Minster yard." She was second wife, and 
married as " Mrs. Anne Smith, sp'," to Mr. Gordon at St. Oswald's 29 July 1684. Alderman 
John Gordon, mercer, was son of James Gordon, gent., of Durham and Hurworth-on-Tees, was 
apprenticed 20 March 1663, and admitted free of the Mercers' Company 21 May 1672. He was 
made Alderman 24 May 1689, being then of Shacklock Hall (a house near " The Sands," 
Durham), and Mayor 1695. He married, firstly, Isabella, dau. and coheir of Robert Bromley, 
Esq., of Nesbett, co. Pal., at Hesilden 24 July 1677 (by whom he had two children), who was 
buried at St. Nicholas 1 Feb. 1679-80 ; secondly as above ; and thirdly, " Mrs. Ann Tatam " 
[? widow of " Mr. Robert Tatam, of St. Nicholas, draper taylor," buried at St. Oswald's 17 Nov. 
1699], at St. Nicholas 23 Nov. 1701, who was buried there 30 April 1706, dying 29th. The 
Alderman died 9 and was buried with his last wife 11 April 1713. See marriage also of Thomas 
Brumley and Anne Gordon 3 Feb. 1678-9. 

■* [Mary, dau. of Mr. John Massam, baptized 9 July 1693 at St. Nicholas.] 

^ Youngest son of William Wilson, Spiritual Chancellor of the Diocese (whose burial see 
7 Dec. 1690), and was baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow 2 July 1688. See his brother's baptism 
17 Aug. 1684. 

^ Died 23rd. She was dau. and coheiress of Robert Bromley, of Nesbett, co. Pal., Esq., 
and was married in 1697. Her descendants quarter, in right of her. Quarterly per fess indented 
gules and or. See her husband's second marriage 1 Sep. 1701, and her sister's burial 3 Feb. 
1705-6, and note to Mrs. Gordon's burial 27 Oct. 1700. 

^ She died, according to Jacob Bee's Diary, 14th, and her burial is also registered, but as on 
15th, at St. Oswald's, where also her husband " Mr. Alexander Shaw, musician," was buried 
23 July 1706. See their marriage 29 Nov. 1677. 

» See his mother's burial 26 Jan. 1700-1. 

• Also registered at St. Oswald's. She was younger dau. and coheiress of Thomas Moore, 
gent., and widow of Ferdinando Huddleston, by whom she had a son Ferdinando, who married 
Sarah Watson (she re-married .... Christian) and died s.p., and a dau. Elizabeth, wife of Robert 
Bruce. See her sister Mrs. Shuttleworth's burial 28 Dec. 1694. 

1" Eldest dau. of George Dixon, of Durham, Attorney-at-Law, by his first wife, Elizabeth, dau. 
of Alderman Robert Grey, baptized at Bow 5 May 1696. See her mother's burial 6 June 1708, 
and her father's 3 June 1738. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 


1702 May 23 Ossytha,! or Psyche, dau. of y^ Eev'^ Jo. Morton, D.D. 
June 16 John Martin, of S' Nicholas Parish. 

Aug. 11 William," son of y<= Eever'^ Jn" Smith, D.D., Prebendary of y« 

Cath. Church, Dunelm. 

Aug. 16 Mathew,^ son of M'' Peter Nelson, writ. masf. 

Sep. 15 Thomas,'* son of Abra. Tapp. 

Oct. 13 Jo.,"" son of M^ Gilbert Spearman. 

Nov. 1 Ann, ^\4fe of Zadock Smith,^ taylour. 

Mar. 16 John Tapp,^ son of Ellenor Yapp, widow. 

1703 Mar. 29 William AVerdon,^ bookseller. 
May 20 M' Peter Nelson,^ writing-master. 
Aug. 9 Theophilus,^o son of Lawyer Cuthbert's. 

Aug. 26 Barbara Hall, a servant to M''^ Eeed, wid., living in y^ South 

Sep. 22 M"" John Spearman," Under-Sheriff. 
Jan. 21 Horatius,^2 ^.q^^ ^f Tho. Horsman. 
Feb. 23 M>" Eobert Smith, widower. 

1 Dau. of Dr. Morton by his second wife, whose burial see 12 Feb. 1724-5. See her half- 
sister's baptism 22 Aug. 1682. 

- Query by which wife. See his brother's baptism 25 Oct. 1696. 

3 He was baptized at Bow 30 Sep. 1688. See his father's burial 20 May. 

■• See his jjarents' marriage 28 Oct. 1700. 

5 Also entered in St. Nicholas Register as " in the Minster yard." See his parents' marriage 

28 Oct. 1700. 

« See baptisms St. Oswald's. She must have been his first wife, for he has children baptized 
and buried at St. Oswald's later. 

7 See the father's burial 2 Dec. 1691. 

8 See his wife's burial 17 Oct. 1688. 

9 He was Under or Writing Master at the Grammar School. Originally this school was two 
schools, under different masters who were not responsible to each other, but in time they became 
united, and the iMaster of the "petty school " (pro piano cantu et arte scribendi) was appointed 
and paid by the Master of the Higher School. To restore the schools to their former state was 
Nelson's great desire, and he was engaged in a long controversy with the Eev. Thomas Rudd, the 
Head Master, as to the stipend of the Writing or Under Master. Their letters display the 
rancour and personalities of any newspaper war of to-day. See some further remarks on the 
Schools in the Appendix. See the burial of Mr. Nelson's wife 28 Jan. 1721-2, and those of his 
sons' 21 Feb. 1681-2 and 16 Aug. 1702. He has three children baptized at St. Oswald's. 

'° Seventh son of John Cuthbert, Esq., by his wife Dorothy Spearman, whose baptism see 

29 June 1670. 

1' Died 21st, aged 58. "A sound and judicious lawyer and antiquary "; he was for twenty- 
eight years Under Sheriff. He was baptized 16 Jan. 1645-6 at (Tynemouth ?), the eldest son of 
Robert Spearman, gent., of Preston, near Tynemouth, Northumberland. He may be termed the 
homo propositus of his family, for he purchased in 1678 the manor of Thornley, co. Pal., which 
was for long the seat and is still the property of his descendants. He married 3 Nov. 1663. The 
births and baptisms of all his children except Michael (whose burial see 14 Dec. 1686) are entered 
at St. Mary-le-Bow, but consult also this Index. See Pedigree of Spearman in Surtees, vol. i., 
p. 95, to which these Registers will be found to make some additions and corrections; also Burke's 
" Landed Gentry." Mr. Spearman's large collection of MSS. is in Bishop Cosin's library at 

'^ The father afterwards Apparitor. See the burial of another child 31 Jan. 1710-11. 


April 25 

Oct. 2 

Oct. 4 

Nov. 14 

Dec. 8 

Jan. 16 

Jan. 26 


June 5 

Sep. 15 

Oct. 14 

Dec. 28 

Peb. 3 

Feb. 5 

Mar. 13 


June 9 

Dec. 13 


Sep. 2 


M.''^ Moor,i widow. 

Eichard Shuttlewortli.- 

John Midford,^ apparitor. 

M" Eliz. Mickleton,* wife of M'" Mich. Mickleton. 

William,^ son of John Edmundson. 

Elizab.,^ dau. of John Edmundson. 

Mary," dau. of Ellenor Tapp ; St. Paul. 

M'' John Milner,^ Praecenf. 

Geo.,9 son of Will. Graham, D.D. 

Will.,1" son of M'" G-eorge Dixon, attorney-at-law. 

Eobert.ii son of M"" Michael Mickleton. 

Phyllis,i2 dau. of M'' Brumly, of Nasebet. 

M''^ Jane Compton, wid. 

John Denton, barber. 

Higgons,^3 gQjj of S'' Geo. Wheler. 

Lancelot Lowther,^* mercer. 

M"^^ Mary,i5 wife of D"" Einney. 

1 She was perhaps widow of Thomas Moore, Esq., and mother of Mrs. Shuttleworth and of 
Mrs. Huddleston, whose burials see 28 Dec. 1694 and 22 March 1701-2 respectively. 

- He was baptized 17 Dec. 1672 at St. Oswald's, and was eldest son of Nicholas Shuttleworth, 
Esq. (younger brother of Sir Richard Shuttleworth, of Gawthorp, co. Lancaster), of Porcet, co. 
York, and Elvet, co. Pal., by his wife Elizabeth Moore, whose burial see 28 Dec. 1694. He died 
s.p., and his brother Nicholas Shuttleworth, Esq., of Durham, was his devisee. 

^ He was baptized 23 Oct. 1629 at St. Mary-le-Bow, the second son of Robert Mitford, of the 
North Bailey, gent., by his wife Elizabeth Porter, whose burial see 4 April 1683. He is named 
in his father's will of 24 Jan. 1666-7. See his wife's burial 18 Feb. 1684-5. He was perhaps 
married twice; see burial of" Mrs. Jane Mitford, widow," 11 Feb. 1719-20. See also burials of 
his children 6 Oct. 1678, 21 June 1681, and 2 Jan. 1734-5. He had, besides, a dau. Dorothy, born 
5 and baptized 10 March 1673-4 at Bow, and buried there 28 id. men. 

* See her marriage 4 July 1687, and her husband's burial 19 Feb. 1710-11. She was dau. of 
John Spearman, the Under Sheriff, whose burial see 22 Sep. 1703. 

* John Edmundson and Mary Lamb were married 6 May 1679 at Crossgate. The above child 
might have been either son or grandson of that marriage. See the burial of John Edmundson, 
Senior, 14 Sep. 1708. 

^ See preceding entry. 

' See her mother's burial 4 Aug. 1718. 

^ He was perhaps a son of Thomas Milner, Master of the Grammar School, between Nicholas 
Walton, who resigned about 1628, and Richard Smelt, who occurs as Master in 1633. See his 
widow's burial 11 March 1730-31, his daughter's 30 Oct. 1686, and nephew's 3 Aug. 1708; also 
Nicholas Barwick's 7 Dec. 1687. 

" See his brother Richard's baptism 17 Sep. 1689. 

1" Eldest son of George Dixon, Attorney-at-Law, by his first wife. See note to his sister's 
burial 6 May 1702. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

" Baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow 7 March 1695-6. See the father's burial 19 Feb. 1710-11. 

''-' Also entered at St. Oswald's, "at y'' cathedral." She was dau. and coheiress of Robert 
Bromley, of Nesbitt, co. Pal., Esq. See her sister Mrs. Spearman's burial 26 Jan. 1700-1. 

1^ See his father's burial 23 Jan. 1723-4. 

'■* See his marriage 4 June 1698. 

'^ She was dau. of ... . Davison .... and was first wife to Dr. James Finney, Prebendary, 
whose burial see 13 March 1726-7. 


Oct. 22 

Nov. 9 

Peb. 24 

Mar. 10 

Mar. 11 


May 31 

June 6 

July 9 

Aug. 3 

Sep. 14 

Oct. 10 

Oct. 24 

Dec. 16 

Jan. 16 

Mar. 23 


Jan. 26 


May 11 

June 23 


Catherine,^ wife of M"" John Rawe. 

Tho. Crosby.2 

Joseph Dixon,^ Verger. 

One M"^ Grravener, a Physician. 

John, son of Abra. Tapp. 

John Saxton.^ 

Eliz.,5 wife of M"" G-eo. Dixon ; laid violent hands on herself, as 

was supposed. 
William Tapp. 

M"" Tho. Milner,^ nephew to M' Jo. Milner, olim Praec. Ecc. Dun^. 
John Edmundson,^ sen"". 
Ann,^ wife of M' Rich. Baddely. 
M'' Peter Burrell. 

Dorothy,^ wife of Ralph Wilkinson. 
M' John 
Theophilus,^^ son of M'' Gilbert Spearman. 
Joyce Taylor.^ 2 

John Clement,^^ College porter. 
Thomas Simpson,^* son of John, and grandchild of old Tho. 

Simpson, then alive and above an 100 years old. 

1 She was married 21 Feb. 1688-9, at St. Oswald's, as "M" Catherine Lisle, of Litle S' Maries," 
to Mr. Eawe, to whom she was second wife. Her M.I. states she died 21st, leaving her husband 
(whose burial see 13 Feb. 1721-2) " moerens, deflens, dolens." 

" He was baptized 1 June 1658 at St. Oswald's, the eldest son of Francis Crosby, Esq. (buried 
23 Dec. 1700 at St. Oswald's), Clerk of the Peace, co. Pal., by Ann (buried 9 Oct. 1700 at St. Os- 
wald's), dau. of John Richardson, Esq. (she was married 17 April 1655 at St. Oswald's). He was 
an Attorney-at-Law, and, according to Sir Cuthbert Sharp, succeeded his father 4 June 1679, 
when yet under age, as Clerk of the Peace. Ten children of " Mr. John Crosby," Attorney, 
evidently a brother of Francis above mentioned, occur at St. Oswald's. This Thomas Crosby had 
by his wife, whose burial see 19 Aug. 1696, three sons at least, Ambrose, Watson, and Thomas, 
who were baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow, besides Richard, whose burial see 24 May 1686. 

^ See his widow's burial 11 Nov. 1711. 

* See a burial 5 Nov. 1758. 

^ She was the dau. of Alderman Robert Grey and Ann his wife, of Claypath, Durham. She 
was married 11 June 1695, and had three sons and four daughters. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 
See also Pedigree of Geey, under " Scurfield of Hur worth," in Burke's " Landed Gentry." 

^ See his said uncle's burial 5 June 1705. 

7 See note to baptism of William Edmundson 8 Dec. 1704, and burial of " Widow Edmundson " 
2 Feb. 1748-9. 

8 See her first marriage 8 Feb. 1678-9, and her second marriage 23 Dec. 1699 to Richard 
Baddeley, whose burial see 16 Jan. 1713-14. 

^ See her marriage 2 Dec. 1697. 

^0 He was baptized at Bow 5 March 1665-6, and was of Durham, gent. See his father's 
burial 29 Aug. 1669, and his two children's burials 20 Aug. 1684 and 16 July 1710. 

" See his parents' marriage 1 Sep. 1701. 

*^ See her marriage 29 Aug. 1682. She was dau. of the Rev. John Dury, or Drury, Epistoler. 
See the baptism of her sister June 1655, and that of a nephew 25 Sep. 1681. 

'^ See his first wife's burial 20 Oct. 1696. He married secondly, 8 Sep. 1698, by licence, at 
St. Oswald's, EUzabeth Moss, " of Branspeth par." See his son's burial 4 March 1732-3. 

" See note to burial of Jo. Simpson 10 June 1688. 



1710 July 16 Ann Mickleton/ dau. o£ M"" John Mickletou, deceased. 
Sep. 21 Jane Langstaff, serv' to M^"' Ann Bowes, in y« College. 
Jan. 31 Katherine,2 dau. of Tho. Horsman, Appar''. 

Feb. 19 Mr. Michael Mickleton,^ o£ Crook Hall. 

Mar. 16 Sarah, ^ dau. of M-- Geo. Dixon, attorney-at-law. 

1711 Mar. 25 M'' Thomas Blakiston.^ 
June 13 Mary Bullock, wid. 
Aug. 19 Katherine Taylor, wid. 
Oct. 31 Isabel Simpson,*^ wid. 

Nov. 11 Joseph Dixon's'' widow, late Yirger. 

(Robert Leeke, Sacrist, Nov. 20, 1711.) 

Mar. 14 Tho. Smurfoot, a beadsman, aged 85. 

1712 May 20 M''^ Mary Hilton. 

Aug. 1 Prancis,^ son of M-' Greo. Dixon, attourney. 

Dec. 2 M'- Ealph Clark. 

Dec. 9 Horace Alston,^ Esq^ nephew to the L'' Crew. 

1713 June 6 Margaret,!^ wife of W"^ Turner, Clerk. 
Aug. 20 William,!! gon of W" Turner, Clerk. 

1 See her baptism 9 Aug. 1681, and her father's burial 16 Jan. 1708-9. 

- The father (probably a son of William Horseman, buried 17 Jan. 1723-4), apparently 
succeeded John Baty as Apparitor 1710. See the burial of another child 21 Jan. 1703-4. 

3 See his wife's burial 14 Nov. 1704. 

■* Baptized at Bow 26 Dec. 1710. She was the eldest dau. of Mr. George Dixon by his .second 
wife Sarah, dau. of Francis Johnson, of Newcastle, to whom he was married 2 Feb. 1709. See 
the mother's burial 6 March 1765. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

s Son of Henry Blakiston, whose burial see 15 May 1683, by his wife Elizabeth, second dau. 
and coheiress of William Blakiston, of York, gent. He was Bailiff of Darlington in 1699. He 
married Frances, dau. and coheiress of Bishop Cosin, and widow of Charles Gerard, Esq. (buried 
at Darlington 15 April 1665), by whom he had an only child Frances, whose burial see 4 April 
1679. The place of their marriage is not known, and it has truly been said that the Bishop "was 
not altogether happy in his family" (Low's " Diocesan History," p. 281), for, in a letter to Miles 
Stapylton, Esq. (see his burial 10 May 1685), 19 March 1667-8, he says, " I rec* the draught of 
the lease for Bedbourne parke, etc. You have mentioned my daughter, not as the relict of 
Charles Gerrard, but as the wife of T. B., which I have not yet acknowledged, nor was it ever 
made knowne to mee that they were legally married, and whensoever it shall be so made knowne 

1 professe beforehand that I am extreamly displeased with it, for I was most treacherously used, 
and for my part shall never owne it." " T. B." died 22 March, set. 73, and his will is dated 

2 Aug. 1706. His wife Frances was buried at Darlington 10 March 1668-9. 

^ See her husband's burial 15 May 1683. 

7 See her marriage 19 July 1699, and her husband's burial 24 Feb. 1707-8. 

^ Baptized at Bow 22 May 1712. He was the eldest son of Mr. George Dixon by his second 
wife. See note to his sister's burial 16 March 1710. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

^ He was ^rea^-nephew to Lord Crew, Bishop of Durham, being the son of Sir Rowland 
Alston, second Bart., of Odell, Beds, by his wife Temperance, dau. of Thomas, second Lord Crew, 
elder brother of the Prelate and his immediate predecessor in the title. He was appointed Under 
Sheriff on the death of Spearman 1703, " during the Bishop's pleasure." See the Bishop's 
marriage 23 July 1700. 

1" First wife of the Rev. William Parthericke Turner, Minor Canon. See her marriage 
1 Nov. 1708. 

" See preceding entry. 






















1713 Jan. 16 M"" Richard Baddelye.i 

Elizabeth Lamb, widow. 

1714 June 2 M^^ Jaue Blakiston.- 
George, sou of John Bullock. 
Dorothy,'^ dau. of M'' Rob* Spearman. 
Cuthbert Bowes,^ taylor. 
M'" Phinehas Baddeley. 
M'' Geo. Mitford,^ a Clergyman. 
M'' Thomas Skepper.^ 

1715 Sep. 8 Mary/ dau. of M^' Geo. Dixon. 
M'' Benjamin Jackson, singing-man. 
Madam Anne Bowes. ^ 

1716 April 27 Mary,^ daughter of M"^ Gilbert Spearman. 
Nov. 6 M"- Tho. 

(John Powell, Sacrist, 9^^' j^ 20«\ 1716.) 
Feb. 21 John Bell, Virger, & Steward to Dean Mountagu. 

1717 May 17 Jane,ii dau. of S'' George Wheler. 
Sep. 28 Susanna Smith. i- 

1718 April 15 M^ Christopher Mickleton,i3 on y« Palace Green. 

' Son of Mr. Eichard Baddeley, of whom see note to burial of "William Bridges 15 Aug. 1634. 
See his wife's burial 10 Oct. 1708. 

- She was dau. of Henry Blakiston, Esq. (whose burial see 15 May 1683), by his wife 
Elizabeth Blakiston. Her brother Gabriel Blakiston, Rector of Danb3'^-upon-Wiske, co. York, 
in his will, dated 17 Sep. 1719, and proved at York 21 Aug. 1721, leaves to " my friend Mrs. 
Rowell, widow of Mr. John Rowell, late of Durham, for and in respect of her care of my dear 
sister Mrs. Jane Blakiston in her last sickness," 10 guineas. 

3 See her father's burial 20 Oct. 1728. 

"* Cuthbert Bowes, son of Edward Bowes, of Darlington, admitted free of Draper and Taylors' 
Company, Durham, 15 June 1666. See his wife's burial 1 Dec. 1694; see also burials of his 
children 21 July 1679 and 15 Sep. 1681. Edward, son of Cuthbert Bowes, was admitted Draper 
and Taylor 1699. 

* A George Mitford graduated at Christ College, Cambridge, B.A. 1688. 

^ He was baptized 12 Feb. 1634-5 at St. Mary-le-Bow, the fourth sou of Moses Skepper, 
Clerk of the Halmote Court, and grandson of Christopher Skepper, who entered his pedigree and 
arms at St. George's Visitation 1615. See his daughters' burials 15 Jan. 1685-6 and 15 Jan. 

7 Baptized at Bow 27 Deo. 1713. See note to her sister's burial 16 March 1710. [MS. Fed. 
by E. A. W.] 

^ See her second marriage 30 Sep. 1706. 

^ Dau. of Mr. Spearman by his second marriage, which see 1 Sep. 1701. 

^° He was appointed Master of the Grammar School, about 16 July 1666, in succession to the 
Rev. Elias Smith, and resigned about 1690. He is buried in the Cathedral Yard near the north 
porch. His grave-cover has clearly never had an inscription, but bears the arms, a saltire paly, 
and a ram passant for crest. See his wife's burial 26 April 1690, and consult Index. [Richard 
Battersby was an " intruder " to the Rectory of Haughton. Surtees, vol. iii., p. 342.] 

1^ See her father's burial 23 Jan. 1723-4. 

'- Perhaps a dau. of the Rev. Elias Smith (see his burial 9 Dec. 1676) and his wife Susanna, 
but her baptism is not here. 

** See his baptism 19 June 1664, and his father's burial 29 Aug. 1669. The name of his father, 
who had been dead nearly fifty years, being given is unusual, but it was doubtless to distinguish 
him from his great-nephew, whose burial see 1720. 


1718 Aug. 4 Elleuor Tapp,^ widow. 
Feb. 27 Alice Stagge,- widow. 

1719 April 19 M"" John Powell,'^ Minor Canon of the Cathedral & Sacrist 

April 19 .... Massam. 

(Jo. Waring, Sacrist, Nov. 20, 1719.) 
Anne Eydley, serv' to M''^ Eliz. Burrell, widow. 
M" Jane Midford,^ widow. 

1720 April 2 Anne Denton, ^^ wadow, a beadswoman, aged 106. 
MargS daughter of M'' Christopher Mickleton. 

April 30 M"- Christopher Mickleton. 

M"" Peter Burrell,^ of South Bailey. 
Thamar, wife of Will. Laye, singing-man. 
Christopher, son of M'' Christopher Mickleton. 
M'^ Smith, wife of M"" Posthumus Smith. 
Thomas,'' son of D"" Morton, Prebendary of Durham. 
M'' Ealph Hutton. 

1721 May 8 John,^ son of John Waring. 
M" Kirkby,9 widow. 
Cath. Wilson. 

(W" Parthericke Turner, Sacrist, Nov. 20, 1721.) 
M''^ Robinson, a midwife. 
D"" John Bowes, Prebendary. 
M" Nelson,^" a widow. 
M"" John Mickleton,^! of Crookhall. 
John Rowe,^^ Esq. 

1722 July 4 John,!^ son of M"" Peter Burrell. 

' See her marriage 3 Feb. 1667-8, and her husband's burial 2 Dec. 1691. 

2 See her marriage 29 Aug. 1677. See Surtees, vol. iv., part ii., p. 160. 

3 See his daughter's burial 8 July 1784. 

■* Perhaps second wife of John Mitford, buried 4 Oct. 1704. 

* See note to burial of John Denton 13 March 1705-6. 

6 See his father's burial 24 Oct. 1708. He married, firstly, 12 Oct. 1686, at St. Giles, 
Elizabeth, dau. of Lancelot Hilton, Esq., of Durham. See his second marriage 16 Eeb. 1709-10. 
See the burial of his son-in-law John Garth 27 Jan. 1723-4, and the marriage of his dau. 2 Feb. 

' See his baptism 26 June 1694. 

» See his baptism 13 March 1720-21. 

9 See her marriage 27 May 1674, and her husband's burial 19 March 1668-9. 

'" Her burial is also entered at St. Oswald's {" widow of M'' Peter Nelson, schole-master, dy'd 
here, & was bury'd in y" Cathedr' "). She was married at Long Newton, co. Pal., 1 June 1669— 
" Peter Nelson, of Durham, scrivener, and Ann Thorp, of Yarra." 

" See his father's burial 19 Feb. 1710-11. He was born at Crookhall 1689, and died unmarried. 

12 Died 11th. He was aged 18 at Dugdale's Visitation Aug. 1666. His first wife, Annabella, 
was buried 16 Oct. 1688 at St. Oswald's, where he has four children by her baptized, and eight 
by his second wife (whose burial see 22 Oct. 1707), and he is there invariably called " John Raw, 
Esq." See burials of his father 6 Jan. 1677-8, a son 29 June 1683, a dau. 9 Jan. 1685-6, and 
another son 29 Oct. 1769. 

'3 See his father's burial 15 June 1720. 











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1722 Sep. 13 W"' Smith, sou o£ My Posthumus Smith, Eegister to the Dean & 


Dec. 2 M" Jane Hilton, Avife of M^ Cuth. Hilton. 

Feb. 18 Eliz.,^ wife of Gi-eo. Garry, bellringer. 

Feb. 23 Abigail,- Relict of M^ John Mickleton. 

Mar. 2 Geo,^ son of Geo. Garry, bellringer. 

1723 Jan. 17 W^" Horseman,* a beadsman. 

Jan. 23 S'^ Geo. Wheler,^ Prebendary, Rector of Houghton-le-Spring. 

Jan. 27 M"" John Garth,*' of Headlam. 

Mar. 2 Mary Bullock," wife of Jo. Bullock, taylor. 

172-1 Sep. 8 M"" Cuthbert Hilton, son of M'' Rob* Hilton, Eegister. 

Nov. 22 Tho. Stonehewer, son of M'' Eich. Stonehewer. 

Dec. 25 Ann, daughter of y^ Eev^ M' Ab"" Yapp. 

Feb. 2 George Garry, ^ bellringer. 

Feb. 12 Ositha,9 2<^ wife of Jo. Morton, D.D., Preb. 

1725 June 4 D"^ William Hartwell,^*^ Prebendary. 

M' Posthumus Smith, Eegister to y^ Dean & Chapter. 

Dec. 25 Isabel Featherstone. 

1726 April 5 Eleanor Barvvicke,^^ widow. 
April 22 Sam. Clarke, -nTiting-master, 
May 1 Margarett Scruton.^^ 

June 30 M" Eead, wid. 

July 31 M-- Brabant. 

Sep. 25 James Garth .^^ 

(EoV Pigot, Sacrist, NoV^ y« 20t^ 1726.) 

I See the husband's burial 2 Feb. 1724-5. 

' See her husband's burial 16 Jan. 1708-9. 

3 See the father's burial 2 Feb. 1724-5. 

■» See his wife's burial 7 Oct. 1698, and other baptisms and burials of his faniil}' in Index. 

^ He was born at Breda 1650, where his Royalist parents were in exile. He was the son of 
Colonel Charles AVheler of the King's Guards, and of Charing, Kent, by Anne, dan. of John 
Hutchin, Esq., of Egerton. He was knighted at Winchester 11 Sep. 1682. He married Grace 
(she died 20 April 1703), dau. of Sir Thomas Higgons, Knt., by Bridget, dau. of Sir Bevil 
Granville and sister to Dean Granville, the burial of whose wife see 14 Oct. 1691. See burial of 
a son 9 June 1706. M.I. (See also Le Neve's " Knights," Harleiau Society's Publications, 
Vol. VIII., p. 366.) 

* He married at St. Mary-le-Bow (also entered at St. Oswald's), 2 Feb. 1713-14, Margaret, 
dau. of Peter Burrell, Esq., whose burial see 24 Oct. 1708. She re-married, as fourth wife, 
James, first Lord D'Arcy, of Navan, Ireland, but died s.p. 1758. See burial of her sister Mrs. 
Bowlby 15 Aug. 1783. 

' The husband perhaps a son of George Bullock, whose burial see 2 Aug. 1699. 

8 See his wife's burial 18 Feb. and his son's 2 March 1722-3. 

^ Her maiden name was Robinson. See note to Dulcibella Morton's baptism 22 Aug. 1682, 
and her children's burials 23 May 1702 and 28 Jan. 1720-21. 

"'» He married, 18 Aug. 1702, at St. Nicholas, Newcastle, " M" Frances Marley," sole Ex'or 
and legatee of Henry Marley, of Newcastle, merchant, who died 1700. 

II See her marriage 21 Sep. 1667, and her husband's burial 7 Dec. 1687. 

1"^ A fragment of her headstone still remains, recording that she died May 1, aged 67. 
" A son of John Garth, Esq., whose burial see 27 Jan. 1723-4. 


1726 Dec. 17 Margarett,i dau. of f Uev'i M-" Johu Waring, Prsecentor. 
Mar. 13 D'' James Finneyr Prebendary. 

1727 Mar. 28 Elizabeth Waugh. 
April 2 M''^ Ann Barkhurst. 

May 9 Mary,'^ dau. of M-" The. Bowlby. 

June 27 Isabel,^ dau. of Jacob Readshaw. 

Mar. 22 Mary, wife of M'' Tbo. Hopper. 

1728 Mar. 27 Jane Bell. 

Oct. 7 Elizabeth, dau. of y'^ Rev'' M'' John Rymer.^ 

Oct. 20 M'' Robert Spearman.^ 

Dec. 23 M-- Abraham Yapp,^ formerly Minor Canon of this Church. 

1729 May 11 M" Mary Smith, wid. of y« late D"- Smith, Prebend, of this 


Aug. 4 John, son of John Bullock. 

Aug. 21 Thomas, son of Francis Walker. 

Sep. 21 Margarett,^ dau. of Hammond Clement. 

1730 Aug. 24 Ann Clarke, wid. 
Oct. 26 M' Thomas Bowlby.^ 
Nov. 4 George Snowden. 
Nov. 24 Mr William Smith. 
Mar. 8 George Readshaw. 

Mar. 11 M""^ Joanna Mihier,i'' y^^ 

1731 April 27 Isabel Wood,ii ^^^ 

1 See her brother's baptism 13 March 1720-21. 

2 He was third son of William Fynney, or Finney, Esq., of Cheddleton, StaflTs., by his wife 
Mary, dau. of Richard Bateman, Esq., of Hartington Hall, Derbyshire. See his first wife's burial 
2 Sep. 1707, and his second marriage 6 Oct. 1709. He died s.p., and by his will, dated 20 Feb. 
1726-7, left £2500 for two £40 Fellowships and two £10 Scholarships at Worcester College, Oxon, 
for natives of Staffordshire, and, in default, natives of co. Durham, but the Court of Chancery 
decided, 25 Jan. 1738, that only the former are eligible. (^' Liber Scholasticus.") 

3 Born 22nd and baptized 26 July 1725 at St. Mary-le-Bow, eldest dau. of Mr. Thomas 
Bowlby, of the City of Durham, Attorney-at-Law (see his burial 26 Oct. 1730), by Mary his wife, 
dau. and coheiress of Peter Burrell, Esq., of Durham. [MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 

■* See (presumably) the father's burial 25 July l7-t4. 

5 See her baptism 15 Nov. 1715, and her father's burial 15 Feb. 1732-3. 

" He was younger brother of John Spearman the Under Sheriff, whose burial see 22 Sep. 
1703. See his marriage 11 Dec. 1701 ; his widow's burial 14 March 1737-8 ; that of a dau. 
18 Dec. 1714 ; and that of his granddau. Mrs. Fenwick 19 June 1838. 

7 Probably born at his mother's home, Hilton in Staindropshire, co. Pal. He entered at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 8 Feb. 1686-7, aged 18, and graduated B.A. 1690 ; M.A. 1695 ; 
Minor Canon and, Feb. 1697, Sacrist. See his father's burial 2 Dec. 1691, his first wife's 13 April 
1699, and his widow's 17 Oct. 1732. 

s See her baptism 14 July 1729, and father's burial 4 March 1732-3. 

9 Son of Eichard Bowlby, merchant, of Stockton, and Mayor thereof in 1707, by Frances, dau. 
of Nicholas Swainston (marriage licence 18 Oct. 1697). Mr. Thomas Bowlby married Mary, 
youngest dau. and coheiress of Peter Burrell, Esq., of Durham (by his wife Elizabeth, dau. of 
Lancelot Hilton, of Durham), whom he married at St. Giles 23 May 1688. [MS. Ped. by 

E. A. W.] 

1" See her marriage 4 Nov. 1G75, and husband's burial 5 June 1705. 

11 Widow (presumably) of John Wood, College gardener. See baptism of their children 
12 June 1684 and 20 Jan. 1686-7. 












































1731 June 9 Frances,^ wife of M"" James Hesletine. 
Eobert Denton.^ 

Exton Sayer,-^ LL.D., & Spiritiaal Chancellour. 
James Hayes. 
M"' John Smith. 
John Forster. 

1732 Oct. 17 M" Ann Yapp,^ wid. of y^ Eev" M"- Abr. Yapp. 
M" Jane Hilton, wid. 

Mary, wife of y*^ Rev'' M'' Edward Gregory. 
Y^^ Rev'i M'" John Rymer.^ 
Hammond Clement.^ 

1733 Ajiril 2 Alice Massam,^ ^y\d. 
Grace, wdfe of M"" AVilliam Lofthouse. 
Eobert,** son of M'' Eobert Dixon. 
Frances Schej)per.^ 
Eobert Johnson. 

1734 Nov. 30 Dorothy,!'^ wife of y^ Eev" D>- Tho. Eden, Prebend, of this Church. 
Mary Mitford.'i 

1735 April 25 John,^^ son of John Denton. 
Elizabeth Stagg.i^ ^ 

1736 Feb. 7 D'' William Watts,'* Prebendary. 

' See her marriage 24 Feb. 1729-30, and her husband's burial 23 June 1763. 

^ See other Dentons in Index. 

^ See Exton Pedigree in Le Neve's " Knights" (Harleian Society, Vol. VIII., p. 303). He 
married Catherine, younger dau. of William Talbot, Bishop of Durham 1722—1730 (grandfather 
of the first Earl Talbot, and ancestor of the present Earl of Shrewsbury and Talbot). 

■* See her marriage, 20 April 1700, to Mr. Yapp, and his burial 23 Dec. 1788 ; and consult 
Index for her children and other numerous Yapps. 

* Died 13th, aged 49. M.A., " Scholarcha Sedgefeldensis "; Master of the Grammar School 
1711, on resignation of Rev. Thomas Rud ; Lecturer at St. Nicholas 29 Feb. 1719. See baptism 
of his dau. 15 Nov. 1715, and his widow's burial 2 Jan. 1747-8. 

^ See his baptism 4 Sep. 1692, and his daughter's 14 July 1729 ; his wife's burial 28 March 
1739, and his father's 11 May 1710. 

7 Widow, perhaps, of John Massam, buried 17 Dec. 1700. 

^ The father was, perhaps, an apothecary, and identical with Robert, baptized at Bow 17 Sep. 
1700, sou of Mr. Robert Dixon (baptized at Crossgate 14 March 1670-71), fourth son of Robert 
Dixon, gent., of Ramshaw. 

* Born 23 June 1667 and registered at St. Mary-le-Bow. See her father's burial 18 March 

1° She was previously widow of Robert Shafto, of Whitworth, co. Pal., Esq., M.P., who died 
s.p., and was dau. of Henry (Dawnay), second Viscount Downe. See her second husband's burial 
6 March 1754. 

" Eldest dau. of John Mitford, whose burial see 4 Oct. 1704. She was born 15 and baptized 
19 Aug. 1670 at St. Mary-le-Bow. 

'^ See, perhaps, the father's burial 13 March 1705-6. 

'^ See other Staggs in Index. 

^* His name is spelt Wats on his monument, which states that he was born " in villa de Barns- 
Hall, in agro Eboracensci." He was a Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford, and Rector of Wols- 
ingham, which he held with his stall. His arms. Or, three bucks passant azure; impaling 
Gules, a plain cross or, are on his monument. He was aged 50. See his widow's burial 3 Aug 


1737 May 4 M'' Richard Stonehewer, Alderman. 
Eleanor Horseman. 
Ann Bell,^ vnd. 
M" Hannah Spearman," wid. 

1738 April 22 Ann,^ dan. of y" Rev'^ T)^ Thomas Sharp, Prebendary of this 

Wadham Chandler, M.A., Spiritual Chancellour & Prebendary 

of this Church. 
George Dixon,'^ attorn. 
The Rev"^ M'" Bryan Turner, ^ Prsecentor. 
M^^ Ann Hunter. 
Mary, wife of M'' James Hallyburton. 

1739 Mar. 28 Priscilla Clement,^ widow. 
Catherine,'' wife of y"^ Rev'' M'' Richard Dongworth. 
M"" Jonathan Storey. 

1741 July 21 Mary Atkinson, wid. 
M'"^ Elizabeth Burwell, wid. 

Elizabeth,^ dan. of y« late Rev'' M*" Bryan Turner. 
Esther Hawkins,^ wdd. 

1742 April 13 Richard, son of M''« Prances Middleton, wid. 
M^' Thomas Faucet. 
Mrs Margaret Hilton, 
Robert Renisou. 
Elizabeth Snowden. 

1743 April 28 Walter Pearson. 
M" Mary Stonehewer, wid. 

Jonathan Hall, S.T.P., Prebendary of this Church. 
Elizabeth, wife of Joseph Chesterman. 
M'" Charles Whitaker. 
M" Elizabeth Whitaker, wid., moth, of Char. 

1744 July 25 Jacob Readshaw." 

^ See her marriage 23 May 1670. 

- See her marriage 18 July 1701, and her husband's burial 20 Oct. 1728. 

^ See her baptism 19 April 1737. 

■* Baptized at Crossgate 7 April 1663, was of Durham and of Aykleyheads, Attorney-at-Law, 
and sometime Town Clerk of Durham. He married, 11 June 1695, Elizabeth, dau. of Alderman 
Robert Grey, by whom he had three sons and four daughters. See her burial 6 June 1708. He 
married secondly, 2 Feb. 1709, Sarah, dau. of Francis Johnson, of Newcastle. She died 3 and 
was buried at the Cathedral 6 March 1765, aged 89. By his second wife he had two sons and 
three daughters. By his will, dated 2 March 2 George II., his children by bis first wife are 
ignored. [MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 

* See also burials of his married daughters 1 Feb. 1791 and 18 Aug. 1808. See the burials of 
his widow 27 Feb. 1771, and daughters 30 Aug. 1741, 1 Feb. 1791, and 18 Aug. 1808. 

^ See her husband's burial 4 March 1732-3. 

7 She died 27th, aged 29, and was the only dau. of John Cosens, of Waltham Cross, Herts, by 
his wife Sarah, whose burial see 31 Dec. 1747. See her husband's burial 26 Feb. 1761. 

^ She was baptized at St. Oswald's 17 March 1730-31. See her father's burial 14 Oct. 1738. 

^ See, perhaps, her husband's burial 23 Nov. 1697. 

1" See burial of his dau. (?) 27 June 1727, and of his widow (?) 6 March 1744-5. 



























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June 15 

June 18 


























1744 Aug. 24 Eleanor Eichardson, wid. 
Margaret Simpson. 
M'" Jolm Smith. 

Elizabeth,^ wife of Arthur Baty. 
Mary Eeadshaw,- wid. 

1745 May 29 Alice Denton,^ wid. 
Thomas Baty.* 
M''= Jane Smart. 
John Schneeberger, a Swiss Captain of Hirzel's Eegiment, & of 

y^ Canton and City of Zurich. 
Feb. 11 Sam. Dav. Joseph de Monceaux d'Autin, a Captain in y*^ Dutch 
service, of Hirzel's Eegiment. 

1746 April 14 M''^ Jane Bowes.s 
Sep. 26 Francis "Walker. 

Dec. 12 M^' Hilton Shaw,^ Alderman of Durham. 

1747 Aug. 1 Ai-thur Baty.7 

Sep. 2 Mi'^ Ann Forster, wid. 

Dec. 31 W^ Sarah Cosins,^ wdd. 

Jan. 2 M'^ Michal Eymer,^ wid. of y^ late Eev* M'" John Eymer. 

1748 Mar. 28 Thomas Baty.i*^ 

May 11 M's Elizabeth Hunter. 

Aug. 3 M''* Mary Watts, wid. of y« late Eev"! D' Watts, Prebend, of this 


Sep. 19 M^- John Pye.^i 

(Samuel Dennis, Sacrist, Nov. 20, 1748.) 

Nov. 28 Martha Turvey. 

Feb. 2 The Widow Edmundson.i^ 

1749 June 21 Mary Bell.^s 

' See burial of her husband 1 Aug. 1747. 

- Widow (perhaps) of Jacob, buried 25 July 1744. 

3 Perhaps widow of John Denton, buried 13 March 1705-6. 

■* A Thomas Baty was appointed Master of the Song School 14 Oct. 1720. The marriage, 
23 Sep. 1701, of " John Baty and Thomasine Croft, both serv" to y^ Bishop, at y^ Castle," and 
the burial, 28 June 1707, of " John Baty, apparitor ;" of " M--^ Thomasine Baty, widow," occur at 
St. Oswald's. 

= Also entered at St. Oswald's. 

« Son of Geoffrey Shaw, of Barnard Castle, by his wife Barbara (whose baptism see 27 Oct. 
1670), dau. of Cuthbert Hilton, of Durham, gent. He married, at Stanhope, co. Pal., 3 April 
1739, "Mrs. Catherine Eickaby, of Durham," who re-married, at St. Giles, 15 April 1751, " Mr. 
Richard Lowdon, wid'." 

' See burial of his wife (?) 22 Feb. 1744-5, and burial of Thomas Baty 9 Aug. 1745. 

8 Widow of John Cosens, of Waltham Cross, Herts, and mother of Mrs. Dongworth, whose 
burial see 30 May 1739. 

» See her husband's burial 15 Feb. 1732-3. 

1" See note to burial of Thomas Baty 9 Aug. 1745. 

" He married, by licence, at St. Mary's, 6 June 1723, "Mrs. Margaret Burton," who was 
buried at St. Oswald's 7 Nov. 1727. [A burial of " Mrs. Pye, of Durham, widow," occurs 30 Aug. 
1711 at Northallerton.] 

12 See note to burial of William Edmundson 8 Dec. 1704. 

13 Perhaps a dau. of Ann Bell, buried 6 Deo. 1737. 



1750 June 18 Elizabeth Bullock. 

Jan. 27 Geo.,^ son of M'' Christ. Johnson. 

1751 April 19 Eliz. Eainsford, granddaughter of S"^ Jno. Dolben," BaronS Pre- 

bendary of this Church. 
Dec. 13 Eliz. Eawlin. 

1753 Jan. 4 M'' W°^ Pye.^ 
Aug. 18 Elizab"' Eobiuson. 

1754 Peb. 28 Christopher Eeadshaw. 

Mar. G Eev"'' D"" Tho^ Eden,^ Prebendary of this Church. 

April 5 M'"^ Jane Mowbray. 

July 20 "Walter Pearson. 

Aug. 3 Dorothy Paxton. 

1755 Mar. 10 Eev"'i D'' Tho. Mangey,^ Prebendary of this Church. 

1756 Jan. 18 Margaret Thompson, widoAv. 
Jan. 24 Michael Conduit (drown'd). 

1757 April 9 Grace Whitaker. 
May 7 John Poole. 

July 2 M" Judith Sharp.^ 

1758 Peb. 2 Thomas Foster, attorney-at-law. 

Mar. 23 Eev"'' D^' Thomas Sharp,^ Prebendary of this Church. 

Nov. 1 M''« Jane Eowe. 

Nov. 5 Elioner Sexton, widow. 

1760 July 13 Miss Mary Barker. 

Aug. 4 George Elleray. 

1 Born 19 July and baptized 11 Aug. 17-19 at St. Mary-le-Bow, eldest son of Christopher 
Johnson, of Durham, Attoruey-at-Law, by Tabitha his wife, youngest dau. of George Dixon, of 
Aykleyheads, who were married at St. Mary-le-Bow 27 Aug.1747. [MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 

2 Sir John Dolben, second Bart., married Elizabeth, dau. of William, fifth Lord Digby, and 
aunt of William Digby, LL.D., Dean of Durham 1777—1788 (grandfather of the present Peer), 
and his dau. by her, Elizabeth, married John Nicholls Raynsforth, Esq., of Brixworth, Northants, 
and was mother of the child above. Sir John Dolben died at Eineden 20 Nov. 1756. [" Diction- 
ary of National Biography," vol. xv., p. 193.] 

3 He was Registrar to the Chapter. His wife Mary was buried at St. Oswald's 15 April 


■» He was baptized at St. Helen's Auckland, 27 Sep. 1682, the fourth son of Sir Robert Eden, 
first Bart., of West Auckland, by his wife, Margaret, dau. and heir of John Lambton, of Dur- 
ham, Esq. He was LL.D., Prebendary of the seventh stall and Official (Feb. 1723-4) to the Dean 
and Chapter. He died s.p. See his wife's burial 30 Nov. 1734. 

5 Died 6th March 1755-6. D.D., LL.D., and Rector of St. Mildred's, Bread Street, London. 
He married, in 1728, Dorothy, dau. of John Sharp, Archbishop of York. She died at Dunmow, 
Essex, 6 March 1755. 

* Dau. of the Rev. Sir George Wheler, Prebendary of Durham and Rector of Houghton-le- 
Spring (whose burial see 23 Jan. 1723-4), wife of Archdeacon Sharp, who she married on the 
19th of June 1722, and mother of the celebrated philanthropist, Granville Sharp. Born 1700; 
buried in Galilee Chapel next her father. 

'' Born 12 Dec. 1693 and baptized 1 Jan. 1693-4 at St. Martin's in the Fields ; of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1712; M.A. 1716; D.D. 1729; Rector of Rothbury, Northumberland, 
1720 ; one of Lord Crewe's trustees ; Archdeacon of Northumberland (collated 27 Feb. 1722-3) ; 
Prebendary of the tenth stall in Durham Cathedral (installed 1 Dec. 1732), and Prebendary of 
York and Southwell ; Official to the Dean and Chapter of Durham 1755. Died 16 March 1758, 
buried in the Galilee Chapel. 


1760 Dec. 31 E^^ D^" Wadham KnatehbulL^ 

1761 Feb. 26 The EeVi^ M^' Ricli^i Dougworth.- 

1762 Jan. 11 M''^ Margaret Moiibray. 
April 15 M" EKzabeth Davison.-^ 

1763 May 31 M'* Martha Fielding.^ 

June 1 M''^ Frances Middleton, mdow. 

June 11 Elizabeth Pearson. 

June 23 M'" James Hesletine,^ Organist. 

1761; April 11 M'' John Dixon,^ attorney-at-law. 

Sep. 26 M'' Eobert Doddesly," stationer in London. 

1765 Mar. 6 M""^ Sarah Dixou,^ widow. 

Oct. 7 M''^ Dorothy Mickleton, -nddow. 

1766 Nov. 21 M'"^ Sarah Dennis,^ wife of the Eev^'i M^' Dennis, Sacrist of this 


1767 May 15 M^' Joseph Foster.^o 
June 26 M" Cuthbert," widow. 

Sep. 2 W",i- the son of Thomas Hogg. 
Dec. 20 Thomas Paxton. 

1768 April 21 Elizabeth Wardle.i^ 

1 He was a younger son of Sir Edward Knatchbull, M.P., fourth Bart, (ancestor of the 
present Baronet and of Lord Brabourne), by his wife Alice, dau. of John Wyndhara, Esq., and 
granddau. of Sir Wadham Wyndhani, a Judge of the Common Pleas Court. He (then " of 
Chilham, Kent"), married, 8 July 1743, at the private chapel of Somerset House, London, 
Harriett, dau. of Charles Parry, Esq. (" of Oakfield, Berks," she is described). He was LL.D. and 
Spiritual Chancellor of the diocese. 

- M.A. and Master of Grammar School Dec. 1732, and Vicar of BiilinKham ; he died 23rd, 
aged 58. His altar-tomb exists, but the inscription is nearly illegible. See his wife's burial 
30 May 1739, and sister's 17 June 1779. 

3 Died 10th. She was dau. of William Davison, of Beamish, co. Pal., Esq., by his first wife 
Elizabeth, sister of Sir Benjamin Pawling. Her father re-married Dulcibella Morton, whose 
baptism see 22 Aug. 1682. Her will is dated 1 March 1762. M.I. at St. Oswald. 

■* Of the North Bailey; dau. of Israel Feilding, of Startforth, Esq., who was buried at 
St. Martin's in the Fields, London, 5 June 1723. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

5 See his marriage 24 Feb. 1729-30, and his wife's burial 9 June 1731. 

s Born and baptized 11 March 1714-15 at Bow, second son of George Dixon, of Durham, by 
his second wife Sarah Johnson. See their burials 3 June 1738 and 6 March 1765. 

7 Recte Dodsley, the publisher and poet, born in 1703. [See "Dictionary of National 
Biography," vol. xv., p. 170.] 

* Second wife of George Dixon, Esq., of Durham and Aykleyheads, whose burial see 3 June 
1738. She was the dau. of Francis Johnson, of Newcastle, Esq., by his wife Eleanor, dau. of 
Richard Bowser, of Auckland. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

9 See her husband's burial 14 Nov. 1775. '" See his marriage 17 May 1733. 

" Dorothy, widow of the Rev. Richard Cuthbert, Vicar of Kendal (to whom she married 
16 June 1735 at Hough ton-le-Spring), and dau. of Christopher Mickleton, of Durham, gent. 
She was baptized 21 March 1715-16 ; see also the baptism of her husband's mother, Dorothy 
Spearman, 29 June 1670. Mrs. Cuthbert had a sou George, who died about 1733, and a dau., 
whose burial see 6 Sep. 1796. Her husband died 7 Nov. 1744, set. 48, at Kendal. 

12 See his baptism 13 March 1767. 

13 She was the dau. of Christopher Mickleton, of Durham, gent., and married first (articles 
before marriage dated 11 Sep. 1735) Richard Wilkinson, of New Elvet, who died in 1737. She 
married secondly, 5 June 1759, at St. Mary-le-Bow, Christopher Wardell, gent. [MS. Ped. by 
E. A. W.] 


May 12 

June 29 

July 25 


Oct. 29 


Feb. 8 

Peb. 27 

June 15 

July 7 

Aug. 1 


Mar. 22 

Aju'il 7 

Juue 14 


April 2 

Aug. 20 


Mar. 8 

Nov. 14 

Dec. 5 


The Eev"'^ D'' Bland/ Prebeudary o£ this Cluircb. 

Clii,3 tbe infant dau. of y'^ Eev^'^ M'" Weston, Prebendary of tbis 

J)^ Thos. Bradford, Physician. 
The Eev"" M^' Eichard Eowe.^ 
Anne Cordery. 
M''^ EHzabeth Turner.^^ 
M"^ William Dennis. 

M^' Thos. Hornsby,^ Alderman & apothecary. 
Prancis Middleton,^ Esq. 
M''^ Grace Middleton, \^idow. 
M''^ Catherine Eussel, ■v\'idow. 
Thomas,'^ son of M'" Thomas Hogg. 

(James Deason, Sacrist, Nov. 1772.) 
The Honourable & Eev'' D^" Spencer Cowper,^ Dean of Durham. 
Christopher Walker. 

Thomasin,^ widow of M'' Hornsby, aj)othecary. 
Samuel Dennis,^^ Minor Canon of this Church, Curate of S. 

Shields, & Eector of Beford in Yorkshire. 
Greorge Bullock,^^ batchelor. 

1 Born 1703. Henry, elder son of Dr. Henry Bland, Dean of Durham 1728 — 1746, Canon of 
"Windsor and Provost of Eton College, by his wife Anne, dau. of Peter Hudson, Alderman and 
J.P. for Doncaster, by his wife Ursula, dau. of Robert Wildbore, of Arksey, near Doncaster. He 
was educated at Eton ; B.A. Christ Church, Oxford 1726 ; Prebendary of Lincoln and Rector of 
Gadway 1731 ; Rector of Washington and Bishopwearmoutli 1735 ; installed in sixth prebend of 
Durham 2 Aug. 1737 ; D.D. 1747. Died 6 May, worth £80,000, which all went to his sisters. 
His epitaph was written b}' Dr. Louth, Bishop of Oxford. He is stated to have been buried " in 
the transept," but his M.I. is in the Nine Altars. 

2 Charlotte, dau. of Mr. Charles Weston, who was no relation to Dr. Phipps Weston, another 
Prebendary, whose burial see 24 April 1794. 

^ Baptized at St. Oswald's 14 Jan. 1689-90, the eldest son by his second wife of John Raw, or 
Rowe, Esq., whose burial see 13 Feb. 1721-2. 

* Widow of the Rev. Bryan Turner (whose burial see 14 Oct. 1738), to whom she was married 
as " Mrs. Elizabeth Forster " 21 June 1722 at Crossgate. 

* See his widow's burial 8 March 1775. 
^ See his marriage 5 Dec. 1749. 

7 See his baptism 17 Nov. 1763. 

^ Died 25 March. He was younger son of Sir William Cowper, third Bart., who was afterwards 
Lord Keeper of the Great Seal and Baron Cowper, and Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, 
and created, 1718, Earl Cowper (and is ancestor of the present Peer), by his second wife Mary, 
dau. and heiress of John Clavering, Esq., of Chopwell, co. Pal. He graduated B.A. 14 March 
1731-2 ; M.A. 1734 ; B. and D.D. by diploma 25 June 1746. He married, May 1743, Dorothy, 
elder dau. (by his second wife, sister of the Minister, Sir Robert Walpole) of Charles, second Vis- 
count Townshend. He was made Dean of Durham 1746. His portrait hangs in the Chapter 

^ She was married as " Mrs. Thomasine Foster " 31 Aug. 1732 at St. Oswald's. 

1" Poulson says, in his " History of Holderness," that he obtained the Rectory of Beeford 
through the interest of his sister, who was housekeeper to Archbishop Blackburn. He appears to 
have resigned it before his death, as Poulson states that the Rev. Robert Evans was instituted 
24 Nov. 1766, but query if correct. He graduated at New College, Oxford, B.A. 1723 ; M.A. 1726. 

" Perhaps a son of George Bullock, buried 2 Aug. 1G99. 



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Juue 17 



Aug. 2 
April 14 
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June 27 









1776 Jan. 25 Margaret Wright, virgin, Claypath. 
Elizabeth Allan, widow, of Elvet. 

1777 Jan. 8 Elizabeth Elleray, widow, housekeeper to the Bishop. 
Sarah Dennis,^ virgin, daughter of M'' S. Dennis, late M. Canon. 

1778 Feb. 27 M^^ S. Wright, widow, of Claypath. 
Adam Scott, butler to D'' Sharp, Prebendary. 
Abraham Foster, batchelor. 

1779 May 7 Isabella Wright, virgin, of Claypath. 
M''^ Ann Fielding,- virgin ; Bailey. 
M''s Dongwith," old virgin ; Elvet. 

1780 Mar. 3 John King,^ a trumpeter in the Huntington Militia. 
The Eev'i James Douglass,''' D.D., Prebendary of Durham. 

1782 April 14 John,^ son of John Pearson. 
The Eev'i D'' Fawcett,'' Prebendary here. 
Tabitha,^ daughter of Christopher Johnson, Esq^, of Akleyheads ; 

Jane,^ widow of D^' Douglass, late Prebendary of this Church. 

1783 July 7 Donald MacPen, an old Scotchman ; pauper. 
Mary Bowlby,^^ widow, mother of D"" P. Bowlby. 
Widow Innman (Mary) ,^^ sister to D'' Bowlby. 

1784 July 8 Sarah Powel.^- Her father died M. Canon in 1719. 

Stamj) Ditty paid. 

1 See her father'.s burial 14 Nov. 1775. 

- Dau. of Israel Fielding by Margery his wife. Will dated 20 July 1772, wherein she says, 
" I desier to be kept four nights after I am dead. I would be buryed in woolling & a plain 
weinscot coffin, neather lined or covered." Proved at Durham in 1779. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

•' Sister of the Rev. Richard Dougwith, buried 26 Feb. 1761. 

■» The Huntingdon Militia were quartered in Durham at this period, and there were barracks 
on the Palace Green. Several of the soldiers took wives from Durham, and their weddings occur 
at St. Nicholas. 

' Recte Douglas. Vicar of Kelloe ; Rector of Long Newton 1742 ; Rector of Stainton 1760 ; 
Prebendary of the fifth and fourth stalls successively. He became, by the death of his elder 
brother in 1774, head of the Cavers family of Douglas (see " Lauded Gentry "), but died issueless. 
See his widow's burial 4 Sep. 1782. 

^ According to the tombstone, which is much the more likely to be correct, John is in error 
for James in both instances. See the father James Pearson's burial 7 Sep. 1801. The date of 
the sou's death on the tombstone is given as 18th. 

7 Baptized 8 Oct. 1714, he was second son of John Fawcett, Esq., Recorder of Durham (whose 
portrait is ia the Town Hall), by his wife EHzabeth, dau. of Richard Stonehewer, Esq., of Durham. 
He was Rector of Gateshead and Vicar of Newcastle. He married Miss Elizabeth Brown, his 
elder son by whom assumed the name of Pulteney. See Burke's " Landed Gentry." 

^ Born 20 Jan. 1752, second dau. of Christopher Johnson, of Durham, Attorney-at-Law, 
whose burial see 13 Dec. 1787, by his wife Tabitha, dau. of George Dixon, of Aykleyheads, co. 
Durham (see her burial 18 March 1798). [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

8 The " Landed Gentry " states that she was Jean, dau. of Halyburton, of Pitcur, co. Forfar. 
See her husband's burial 2 Aug. 1780. 

1" Baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow 2 Feb. 1697-8, youngest dau. and coheiress of Peter Burrell, 
Esq., of Durham, and widow of Thomas Bowlby, gent., and Attorney-at-Law. See their marriage 
2 Feb. 1719-20. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

" Baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow 29 June 1727 ; married there (as second wife), 23 Oct. 1755, 
Charles Inman. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

12 See her father's burial 19 April 1719. 


1784 Nov. 19 Ann Loadman, widow. 

1786 May 22 Elizabeth, daughter of the late Eev^ M"^ Hopper. 
Aug. 15 Margaret Foster, widow. 

1787 Dec. 13 Christopher .Johnson,^ attorney-at-law, of Akleheads. 

Stamp Duty imid to Oct. 1, 1788, viz. 3"^ a head for baptisms Sf funerals. 

(James Deason, Sacrist.) 

1788 Nov. 6 Elizabeth Marsdcn,^ widow. 

1789 Sep. 1 Anthony Pearson,'^ batch''. 

1790 April 16 M''^ Ann Davison^ (sister to Lady Eden), of the Bailey. 

1791 Feb. 1 Ann,^ wife of M'' Will^^^ Walker, of Gilligate. 

1792 Mar. 21 William Ambler,^ Counsellor-at-Law, South Bailey, Eecorder of 

May 3 The Rev'^ John Sharp,^ D.D., Archdeacon of Northumberland & 
Prebendary (the 11"' stall) here. 

1793 April 25 Eliza, dan. of the Rev'' Dickens Haslewood, Minor Canon. 

Oct. 20 Henry, son of the Rev'' D. Haslewood, M. Canon & Rector of 

Little S* Mary's (an infant). 
Dec. 13 Margaret, wife of James Bullock, taylor. 
Dec. 20 Ann,^ widow of the late Will^^ Ambler, Counsellor. 

1794 Jan. 9 Agnas, wife of Thomas Curry. 

April 24 The Rev'^ Phipps Weston,^ Prebendary here & Rector of Witney, 

1 Boru 7 April 1718 ; of Durliam, Attorney-at-Law, and afterwards {jure uxoris) of Aykley- 
heads. He married, at St. Mary-le-Bow, 27 Aug. 17-17, Tabitha, youngest dau. of George Dixon, 
of Aykleyheads, Esq., and sister and heiress of John Dixon, of Aykleyheads. See her burial 
18 March 1798. [MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 

2 Baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow 31 Jan. 1730-31 ; married there, 1 July 1754, to Thomas 
Marsden, of Barnsley, co. York. [MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 

3 A hairdresser, and died 30 Aug. ; baptized at Crossgate 16 Jan. 1748-9. See his father's 

burial 21 Sep. 1806. 

■• Dau. of William Davison, Esq., of Beamish, co. Pal. See Pedigree of Davison of Beamish 

in Surtees, vol. ii. 

5 She died on Sunday, 30 Jan., and was a dau. of the Rev. Bryan Turner, M.A., whose burial 

see 14 Oct. 1738. 

6 He died 15 March and is buried in the Nine Altars. He was son of William Ambler, a 
London conveyancer. See his widow's burial 20 Dec. 1793, and daughter's 4 March 1829. He 
was appointed Recorder of Durham. 

^ Born 21 March 1722-3 ; Vicar of Hexham Jan. l759-(50 ; Archdeacon of Northumberland 
(collated 21 April) 1762 ; Prebendary of the ninth stall (installed 11 Aug.) 1768; P.C. of Barm- 
brough 1773; of Trinity College, Cambridge (B.A. 1743; M.A. 1747; D.D. 1759); was also 
Vicar of Hartburn, and Lord Crewe's senior Trustee. Buried in the Galilee. [MS. Ped. by 

E. A. W.] 

8 She died 14 Dec, and was dau. of William Steele, gent., of Newcastle. Her sister Elizabeth, 
marrying Hauxley Surtees, of Newcastle, was grandmother of Surtees the historian of Durham. 

9 He died 20 April, in his 56th year. He matriculated at Magdalen College, Oxford, 28 July 
1753, then aged 15. His father, the Rev. Phipps Weston, matriculated (son of John Weston, of 
Oxford, " pleb.") at Braseuose 17 March 1730-31, then aged 17; B.A. Christ Church 1734; 
M.A. 1737; B.D. and D.D. New Inn Hall 1772. The Prebendary married, circa June 1790, 
the dau. and sole heiress of Thomas Clarke, of Hammersmith, deceased. He was installed in the 
third prebend 17 July 1789 ; was also Rector of Witney, Oxon. 


June 19 

Sep. 17 

Sep. 25 

Oct. 9 

Oct. 26 


Jan. 20 


Mar. 15 

Sep. 6 


Jane,^ m£e of Johu Pearson, bellringer. 

Boulby, son of D. Haslewood, INIinor Canon. 

Thomas, son of Dick. Haslewood, Minor Canon. 

Martha,- wife of the Eev'i Joseph Watkin, Vicar of Merrington & 
Minor Canon. 

Henry Howard,-^ batchelor. 

John Pearson,^ a bellringer & shoemaker. 

Mary Cook, a servant in the College. 

Miss Cuthbert. Her father was Vicar of Kendal in Westmore- 
land in 1745, & left the town as the Eebels came in. 
1798 Jan. 31 Mary Sharp,^ of the South Bailey in Durham, widow of the late 
Eev'' John Sharp, D.D., Prebendary of 9^'' and afterwards 
of the 11"' stall in this Cathedral, and daughter of the Eev'^ 
Heneage Deering, formerly Dean of Eipon. Died, in the 
77*'^ year of her age, on 26*^' & was buried on 31^^ day of 
January 1798 in the Graliley. 
Mar. 18 Tabitha," widow of the late Christopher Johnson, Esq"", attorney- 
at-law, of Akleheads ; died at her house in Queen Street 
March 15"'. 

Ann,'^ wife of William Brecknell, Virger to the Dean of Durham. 

Ann Pearson, spinster, aged 92. 

Elizabeth,^ widow of Captain Bright, & daughter of the late D'' 
Stouehewer, Eector of Houghton-le-Spriug, aged 72. 

Charlotte Fielding,^ spinster, aged 96. 

James Bullock, bellows-blower to the Organist. 

Uvedale Eobert,^" infant son of the Eev^ Eobert Price, LL.D., 
Prebendary of Durham, & Mary Ann his wife. 

1 See her husband's burial 20 Jan. 1795. 

2 Died 8th. She was married 9 June 1773. He married secondly Anna Maria, dau. of 

Owen, who died his widow, aged 80, and was buried at St. Mary-the-Less 20 Jan. 1838. He 
was afterwards Vicar of Norham, where he was buried. 

3 " In his r)4th year." (" Newcastle Advertiser.") 
■» See his wife's burial 19 June 1794. 

5 Born 7 March 1720-21 ; married, 4 Dec. 1752, to the Rev. John Sharp, D.D. See his burial 

3 May 1792. 

^ Youngest dau. of George Dixon, of Aykleyheads, co. Durham; married at St. Mary-le-Bow, 
27 Aug. 1747, Christopher Johnson, Attorney-at-Law. See his burial 13 Dec. 1787. [MS. Ped. 

by E. A. W.] 

7 She died 20th. The Verger [a freeman of Durham] died 11 Jan. 1806, aged 76, and was 
buried at Wolsingham 13th. His son William Brecknell was a surgeon there, and had, by Jane 
Hall his wife, a dau. Jane, who married, 25 Jan. 1837, Joseph Snaith Wooler, gent., of Wolsing- 

8 In Surtees' pedigree she is wrongly called Margery. Her sister was Margerj^ and the 

second wife of Nicholas Halhead, Esq. 

9 Of the North Bailey, third dau. of Israel Feilding by Margery his wife. See her sisters' 
burials 3 June 1779 and 31 May 1763. Their tomb in the Cathedral Yard has a fine carving of 
the Feilding arms, in a maiden lozenge borne on the breast of the double-headed eagle of the 
House of Hapsburg. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

'0 Also Canon Residentiary of Salisbury. This child, according to a newspaper, was born 
21 July 1801. 

















1801 Sep. 7 Jcames Pearson,^ shoemaker ; Sadler Street. 

1803 Mar. 25 Mary,^ dau. of John Smith, Yirger. 

1804 Jan. 12 The Eev'^ Newton Ogle,^ D. D ., Dean of AVinchester & Prebendary 

of Dnrham. 
April 18 Philip Vavasor/ infant son of the Reverend David Durell & 

Anne his wife. M"" Durell is Prebendary of Durham. 
Dec. 5 John,^ 4*'' son of the Eeverend George Barrington, Prebendary 

of Durham and Rector of Sedgefield, & Elizabeth his wife. 

1805 Mar. 30 Ann,« wife of Ambrose Wallice, Porter at the Castle. 
Oct. 28 Christopher Johnson/ attorney-at-law ; Queen Street. 

1806 April 24 Elizabeth Hutchinson, housekeeper to D'' Zouch.^ 

' Perhaps a brother of William Pearson the Yerger, buried 21 Sep. 1806. See his widow's 
burial 20 Oct. 1829. 

2 See her father's burial 19 Deo. 1813. 

^ " Father of the College." He was installed Prebendary 27 Oct. 1768, and made Dean of 
Winchester 21 Oct. 1769. He died 6 Jan., aged 78. See his daughter's burial 20 Feb. 1825, and 
Burke's " Landed Gentry "— " Ogle of Kirkley." 

^ Baptized 25 Jan. 1804 at Mongewell, Oxfordshire, of which the father was about sixty years 
Rector, and fifty years Prebendary of Durham, where he was appointed to the ninth stall in 1801, 
and removed to the eighth in 1809. A native of Jersey, he was born 18 June 1762, a younger 
son of Thomas Le Vavasseur-dit-Durell (the representative of one of the oldest families in Jersey, 
and the direct descendant of John Le Vavasseur-dit-Durell, born circa 1497, and his wife Anne 
Messervy) by his first wife Mary, dau. of John Aubin, Denunciator of the Royal Court of Jersey, 
and niece of the Rev. Philip Falle, Prebendary of Durham, Rector of Shenley, Herts, and Chap- 
lain to the King. He married Anne, dau. of Philip Robin, of another old Jersey stock, and by 
her, who died at Mongewell, Sunday, 16 Oct. 1836, had with other issue a son Thomas Vavasour 
Durell, who succeeded him in the Rectory of Mongewell. Dr. Durell's family present a curious 
instance of the ancient nomenclature of the Channel Islands. He used the ordinary arms of 
Vavasour, " Or, a fess dancette sable," but some of the family now use " Azure, a lion rampant 
erminois ducally crowned," which bearing differs but slightly from that of the English Darells. 
He graduated at Christ Church, Oxon, BA. 1785 ; M.A. 1789 ; D.D. of Durham University. 
He died 15 Jan. 1852 and was buried at Mongewell. [David Durell, who graduated M.A. at 
Pembroke College, Oxon, and afterwards B.D. and D.D. at Hertford College, and Prebendary of 
Canterbury, was uncle of Dr. David Durell, and son of another Thomas Le Vavasseur-dit-Durell. 
John Durell, likewise a native of Jersey, of Mertou College, Oxon, received a prebend from 
Bishop Cosin.] 

* The father (see the " Peerages ") succeeded in 1815 as fifth Viscount Barrington, and was 
nephew of the Hon. Shute Barrington, Bishop of Durham. He married, 1788, Elizabeth, dau. 
of Robert Adair, Esq., by Caroline, dau. of the second Earl of Albemarle. He died 5 March 
1829, and his wife 2 March 1841. All their numerous children were born at Sedgefield Rectory, 
it is believed. 

^ She was married, as Ann Scott, 4 April 1775 at St. Mary's. See her daughter-in-law's 
burial 24 March 1837. 

' Second son of Christopher Johnson, Attorney-at-Law, who was buried at the Cathedral 
13 Dec. 1787, by his wife Tabitha, dau. of George Dixon, of Aj^kleyheads, co, Durham, w^iose 
burial see 18 March 1798. He was born 10 Sep. and baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow 9 Oct. 1750, 
and died s.p. 25 Oct. 1805. He married Mary, dau. of Thomas Carr, 17 July 1800. See her 
burial 16 March 1837. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

* Dr. Zouch was one of the Prebendaries and Rector of Wycliffe-on-Tees. He married firstly 
Isabella, dau. and coheir of the Rev. John Emerson, Rector of Winston, whose other dau. and 
coheir Frances Emerson married Thomas Emerson Headlam, Esq., father of the late Archdeacon 
Headlam. He married secondly, Aug. 1808, at Sandall, near Wakefield, Miss Brooke, sister of 
William Brooke, Esq., of Wakefield, the Doctor being then about 73. He died, aged 80, at 
Sandal, 17 Dec. 1815. 


1806 July 20 Betty Sinitli, servant to D>' Price. 

July 26 Margaret,! wife of Eev'' John Pitchford, A.M. 

Sep. 21 William Pearson,- late Virger ; born in 1722. 

Oct. 12 Margaret Cummins, servant to M^' Woodifiekl. 

Oct. 27 Gibson Yarrow, spirit-mercliant. 

1808 Jan. 14 Elizabeth, wife of Hendry Hojjper, Esquire. 

Feb. 12 Ann,-^ wife (A^dow) of the late Yirger, "Will" Pearson. 

Eeb. 29 Francis Danes, infant son of the Eev'i M^" Barrington,^ Pre- 
bendary of Durham & Rector of Sedgfield, & Elizabeth his 

Aug. 18 Jane,^ wife of John Eoddam, of Gateshead. 

1809 Jan. 21 Mary Hunter, housekeeper to the Bishop of S' David's.^ 

Mar. 25 Judith Sharp,7 virgin, sister to D' Sharp, late Prebendary of the 

eleventh Stall. 
Sep. 22 Richard Samuel,^ son of D^" & M"^ Prosser. D'' Prosser was [sic] 

Prebendary & Archdeacon of Durham. 
1812 Feb. 21 Harriet Sibylla,^ fourth dau. of ReV^ Henry Phillpotts, Pre- 
bendary of the ninth stall, & of Deborah Maria his -wife. Aged 

twenty weeks. 
April — Edmond,io son of Rev"! Rob' Gray, Prebendary of the ... . stall, 

& of Elizabeth his wife. Aged 4 days. Born April 2'^'^ ; died 

April 6^^. 
June 25 Hendry Hopper, Esq., of Hendon in the parish of Bishop-Wear- 

mouth ; died June 21*'. 

1 The "Newcastle Advertiser" states that she " died at Durham, in child-bed, in the very 
bloom of life." Although not in the Register, was buried in the Nine Altars, where her M.I. 
states she was aged 26 years and her infant two days. 

2 Died 20th. The " Newcastle Advertiser " stated that he " had held different situations 
about the Cathedral for upwards of 60 years." See burials of his wife 12 Feb. 1808, his dau. 
28 April 1825, and his son Anthony 1 Sep. 1789, and other Pearsons in Index. [Possibly Mr. 
Anthony Pearson, who was appointed Under Sheriff of the county 1663, and was buried 2-4 Jan. 
1665-6 at St. Mary's, was his ancestor.] 

^ See her husband's burial 21 Sep. 1806. 

■• See burial of a son, John, 5 Dec. 1804. 

* Aged 80, according to " Newcastle Advertiser," and died 15th. She was dau. of Rev. Bryan 
Turner (see his burial 14 Oct. 1738). 

^ The Bishop of St. David's, John Bankes Jenkinson (a name so familiar as coming in the 
"bidding " prayer at the Cathedral), was also Dean of Durham 1827—1840. 

7 See her baptism 25 Nov. 1733. 

8 Only son of his parents; died at Bamborough 15 Sep., aged 13 ("Newcastle Advertiser"). 
The father (Balliol College, Oxford) was Archdeacon of Durham 1808—1831, when he resigned, 
and Prebendary for thirty-five years. He died at Belmont, Herefordshire, jet. 91, 8 Oct. 1839, 
bequeathing his estates to his sister's grandson, the present Prancis Richard Wegg-Prosser, of 
Belmont, Esq. See the mother's burial 11 March 1824. 

^ See her baptism 6 Oct. 1811. 

1° Dr. Gray was Rector of Bishopwearmouth and Prebendary of the seventh stall, and after- 
wards Bishop of Bristol ; graduated B.A. 1784 ; M.A . 1787 ; B.D. 1799 and D.D. 1802. He married 
Elizabeth, sister of Alderman Camplin, of Bristol. He died at Rodney House, Clifton, 28 Sep. 
1834. See his dau. Mrs. Mowbray's burial 18 Peb. 1823. 



1812 Sep. 21 Jane,i dau. of John Hall, Silver Street, parish of S* Nicholas, 

currier, & Elizabeth his wife. Aged 5 years. 

1813 Feb. Faith,^ dau. of John Smith, Virger, and of his wnfe ; Queen 

Street, in the parish of North Bailey ; 2 years & 4 months ; 

D. Ilaslewood, Sacrist. 
Mar. 28 Sarah, second dau. of Dickens Haslewood, Sacrist, and of 

Elizabeth his wife ; South Bailey ; 20 years 11 months and 19 

days ; Jn° Clarke, Minor Canon. 
April 2 Elizabeth,^ third dau. and fourth child of James Wallace, flax- 
dresser, and of Ann Wallace his waf e ; Claypath, in the Parish 

of S' Nicholas, Durham; 5 years; Jno. Clarke, Minor 

May 3 Elizabeth,^ dau. of John Hall, Currier, and of Elizabeth his wife; 

Silver Street, parish of S' Nicholas, Durham ; one year ; D. 

Haslewood, Sacrist. 
Nov. 16 Jane,5 dau. of Robert and Ann Hall (their second child and first 

dau.) ; Chapelry of S' Margaret, Durham ; eleven weeks ; 

D. Haslewood, Sacrist. 
Dec. 19 John Smith,^ A^irger ; Queen Street, in the parish of North 

Bailey ; 35 years ; D. Haslewood, Sacrist. 

1814 April 27 John Handy, footman to the Hon^e and Eev^^ A. Grey, Pre- 

bendary ; College ; 37 years ; D. Haslewood, Sacrist. 
Dec. 15 Mary Atkinson ;7 Dun Cow Lane, parish of S^ Mary le Bow, 
Durham ; 70 years ; D. Haslewood, Sacrist. 

1815 April 14 Christopher Sanders (servant with M^' Woodifield, Sub-Treasurer) ; 

College; 22 years ; D. Haslewood, Sacrist. 
May 31 Edward Griffith,^ son of John and Mary Griffith; S' Mary le 
Bow, Durham ; one year and twelve weeks ; D. Haslewood, 

1816 Jan. 25 Mary Walker, widow (servant as housekeeper in) the prebendal 

. house of D"^ Price ; 64 years ; D. Haslewood, Sacrist. 
Jan. 26 Ann Jemima Sharp,^ spinster; South Bailey; 53 years; D. 
Haslewood, Sacrist. 

1 Died 19 Sep. Second dau. and third child of her parents, whose burials see 13 May 1841 and 
23 Feb. 1851. She was born 2 Deo. 1806. 

■■^ See her father's burial 19 Dec. 1813. 

3 See her mother's burial 24 March 1837. Her father, James, was son of Ambrose and Ann 
Wallace ; see the latter's burial 30 March 1805. 

* Born 30 March 1812. Third dau. and fifth child o John Hall, whose burial see 13 May 


5 Died 14th. See her father's burial 2 Oct. 1816. 

6 See his daughters' burials 25 March 1803, 9 Feb. 1813, and 3 March 1831, and his wife's 

2 Feb. 1840. 

7 She died 12 Dec. She was housekeeper to the Dean, Bishop of St. David's. 

8 Born 6 March and baptized 22 May 1814. Son of John GrifBth, of Durham, Under Sheriff 
of the Palatinate, by Mary, dau. of John Hays, Esq. See their burials 19 May 1845 and 21 Oct. 
1850. [MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 

9 Born 15 Nov. 1762. Only child of her parents, whose burials see 3 May 1792 and 31 Jan. 
1798. She was buried near them in the Galilee Chapel. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 


1816 June 4 John Hall,i sou o£ John and Elizabeth Hall ; Silver Street, 

parish of S' Nicholas ; 6 years ; D. Haslewood, Sacrist. 
Oct. 2 Eobert Hall ; - chapelry of S*^ Margaret, Durham ; 29 years ; 
D. Haslewood, Saerist. 

1817 Peb. 22 Henry Evans Holder,^ M.D. ; North Bailey ; 35 years ; Dickens 

Haslewood, Sacrist. 
Mar. 22 Ann Hall,'* dau. of John & Elizabeth Hall ; Silver Street, parish 

of S' Nicholas ; 12 years ; D. Haslewood, Sacrist. 
Nov. 23 Thomas Acton ; ^ Queen Street, S' Mary-le-Bow ; 62 years ; 

P. Penson, off. Miii. 

1818 Oct. 25 Mary, wife of William Evance ; Bow Lane, North Bailey; 67 

years ; Dickens Haslewood, Sacrist. 

1819 Oct. 6 Arthur Johnston ; Palace Grreen ; twelve years; Dickens Hasle- 

wood, Sacrist. 

1820 April 6 Eichard Buttler ; ^ parish of S' Nicholas ; forty years ; Dickens 

Haslewood, Sacrist. 

1821 Oct. 7 Dickens Haslewood, Sacrist and Librarian ; South Bailey ; 61 ; 

John Clarke, offic*? Min"^. 
Dec. 30 Eobert Hall ; ' Framwellgate ; 70 ; Tho^ Ebdon, Sacrist. 

1822 April 20 Anne Bennett ; ^ Gilesgate ; 6 months ; Tho^ Ebdon, Sacrist. 
June 11 Stej)hen Oeorge Kemble;^ Grrove, South Sti'eet; 64; W. N. 

Darnell, offics Min^. 

^ Second son and fourth child. See the father's burial 13 May 1841. Tombstone says buried 
2nd, but that is the date of his death, also the sixth anniversary of his birth. 

^ A tanner; died 29 Sep. Son of Robert Hall, whose burial see 30 Dec. 1821. He married 
Ann (bom 15 April 1792), dau. of Ralph and Sarah Jackson (see burial of Mary Dickons 6 April 

•* Physician to the Durham Infirmary ; died 18th. His eldest dau. Ashley married, 5 Nov. 
1831, at Clifton, Gloucester, R. W. Elton, Esq., 16th N.I., nephew of Admiral Sir William 

"* Eldest dau. and second child, born 8 Dec. 1804 ; died 20th, which tombstone wrongly gives 
as burial date. See her father's burial 13 May 1841. 

^ The " Durham Advertiser " says he died 21st, aged 60, and was a " gentleman " chorister. 
He married, 3 July 1796 ("Newcastle Advertiser"), at Chester-le-Street, Eliza Marshall, of 

^ Described as of Sunderland on his tombstone. He married Margaret-Pearson (whose burial 
see 19 Feb. 1861), dau. of Alderman John Wolfe, of Durham, by his wife Elizabeth Pearson. 
His widow re-married the Rev. Edward Davison at St. Oswald's 11 May 1824. 

^ Died 28th ; of Framwellgate, tanner and shoemaker. See his wife's burial 23 Feb. 1827, and 
those of his sons, Robert and John, and dau. Mrs. Wallace. Mr. Ebdon, the Sacrist, was Vicar 
of Billingham, and died in Claypath 18 Nov. 1852, aged 65, and buried at St. Oswald's. 

* Dau. of George Bennett, a singing-man, afterwards a painter, who died, aged 71, 7 Oct. 
1864 in Gilesgate. See burial of another infant 6 Feb. 1824. 

' The least good actor of the Kemble family, and chiefly celebrated for being able to play 
Falstaff without padding. He was born 3 May 1758 at Kingstown, Herefordshire, the second 
son of Roger Kemble (a Roman Catholic), by his wife Sarah, dau. of Mr. Ward, also an actor and 
a contemporary of Quin. Roger Kemble, who died about 6 Dec. 1802, very early in life appeared 
on the stage, but only once acted in London, and then for his son Stephen's benefit, but he was 
long a Manager of strolling companies. Mrs. Kemble played, the very night Stephen was born, 
the part of Anne Boleyn, which was just at the time when the Queen is supposed to give birth to 
the Princess Elizabeth. Stephen Kemble, who was brother to John and Charles Kemble and Mrs. 


1822 Dec. 10 Hannah Spoor (housekeeper in the) prebendal house of T>^' Grray; 

66 ; Tho^ Ebdon, Sacrist. 

1823 Feb. 18 Elizabeth Mowbray ,i wife of George Isaac Mowbray, Esq., of 

Taj)ton House, Sussex, and eldest daughter of the Eev*^ D"" 

Grray ; Eectory, Bishop-Wearmouth ; 24 ; E. Haggitt, ofl&c*'' 

Mar. 11 Anthony Hopper,- Esquire ; Silksworth ; 85 ; W. N. Darnell, 

office Min''. 
April 15 Erancis Baker,^ Capt" in the Eoyal Navy ; prebendal house of 

D' Price (College) his father-in-law ; 37 ; Tho^ Ebdon, Sacrist. 
July 2 Greorge Isaac Mowbray,^ Esq., of Tapton House, Sussex (and 

son-in-law of the Rev. D'' Gray) ; prebendal house of D"^ Gray; 

31 ; Eev. W. N. Darnell, offic^ Min--. 
Dec. 5 Elizabeth Eussell ; prebendal house of D'^' Gray (College) in 

whose service she had lived ; 65 ; Tho^ Ebdon, Sacrist. 

1824 Eeb. 6 Ann Bennett ; Gilesgate ; 5 months and 10 days ; Tho^ Ebdou, 

Eeb. 28 John Wilton,^ College Cook; North Bailey; 54; Tho^ Ebdon, 

Mar. 11 Sarah Prosser,^ wife of the Eev'' E. Prosser, D.D., Archdeacon 

and Prebendary of Durham ; D"" Prosser's house. College ; 70 ; 

E. G. Bouyer, offic^ Min^ 
June 22 Jonathan Linslay ; M'' Woodifield's house, College (with whom 

he lived as servant) ; 29 ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 
July 22 Ann Phillips; 7 Sunderland; 7 weeks; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 

Siddons, was firstly apprenticed to a surgeon at Coventry, and was afterwards Manager of the 
Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool, Newcastle, and other theatres. When he settled in Durham he 
lived at " The Grove," near the present Grammar School. In Feb. 1820 he advertised as " Shortly 
to be published, ' Durham College ; or, Portraits of the Living : a Poem. By S. G. Kemble. 
Dedicated to Viscount Barrington.' " He died 5 June and is buried in the Nine Altars. See his 
wife's burial 28 Jan. 1841. 

1 She was married, in Nov. 1821, to George Isaac Mowbray, Esq., Avhose burial see 2 July 
1823. She died at the birth of her only child, Elizabeth-Gray, now the wife of the Right Hon_ 
Sir John Robert Mowbray (formerly Cornish), Bart., M.P. for Oxford, who sat for Durham City 
1853—1868. She is buried in the Nine Altars (M.I.). 

"^ Buried in the Nine Altars. 

^ Died 11th. He was buried in the outer south aisle of the Galilee. See his son's baptism 
10 Jan. 1817 and his daughter's 9 Feb. 1821. 

* He was elder son of George Mowbray, Esq., of Ford, co. Durham, and Mortimer, Berks, by 
Jane, dau. and heiress of Oliver Coghill, of Cogiiill, co. York, Esq., and grandson of George 
Mowbray, Esq., of Ford, whose wife was Elizabeth, dau. of Anthony Wilkinson, Esq., of Crossgate. 
See the burial, 18 Feb. 1823, of Mrs. Mowbray, with whom ha lies in the Nine Altars. 

5 Died 24th. 

^ Died 4th. She was the youngest dau. of Samuel Wegg, Esq., of Bloomsbury Square, 
London, and Acton, Middlesex, and was her brother's sole heiress. She was married 20 June 1796, 
by the Rev. Dr. Parker, Rector of St. James, Westminster, to Dr. Richard Prosser, then Rector 
of Gateshead. See her son's burial 22 Sep. 1809. 

7 The mother was Mary Ann, dau. of James Wallace, of Claypath, grocer, by his wife Ann 
Hall, whose burial see 24 March 1837. She married, at St. Nicholas, 15 July 1823, Alexander 
Phillips, of the Sunderland Pottery. 


1824 July 28 Mary Jane Phillips ;i Sunderland; 8 weeks ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Dec. 6 Mary Co wens ; Yisc* Barrington's prebendal house, College 

(with whom she Lived as servant) ; 20 ; W. S. Temi)le, oflB.cs 
Dec. 20 Jane Logan,- wife of Alex^' Logan, Esq. ; Old Elvet ; 79 ; W. N. 
Darnell, offic^ Min^ 

1825 Feb. 26 Susannah Ogle,'^ sister of the Rev*! J. S. Ogle, Prebendary of 

Durham ; College ; 66 ; W. N. Darnell, ofllcg Min^ 
April 28 Ann Pearson;* Grilesgate ; 80; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 
July 5 Elizabeth Haslewood, relict of the late Rev"^ Dickens Haslewood, 

Sacrist of this Cathedral ; Bishoj)-Wearmouth ; 65 ; T. Ebdon, 

Sep. 6 WiUiam Tyler ;-^ College; 10; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Dec. 6 Anne Matilda Feilding,^ eldest daughter of the late Greorge 

Feilding, Esq., of Startforth Hall, in the County of York; 

North Bailey, Durham ; 77 ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 

1826 Jan. 21 Andrew Philip Skene,'' Esq., of Hallyards, in Fife, and of Kil- 

macoc, in the County of Wicklow, Ireland, Oflficer in His 
Majesty's Army ; Church Street, Durham ; 73 ; T. Ebdon, 
Feb. 4 The Rev"^ Reynold Gideon Bouyer,^ LL.B., Prebendary of this 

1 See last entry. 

- Buried in the Galilee. She was first wife to Alexander Logan, who married secondly, at 
St. Oswald's?, 15 April 1827, Jane, dau. of Matthew Davison, of East Burdon. (" Durham Adver- 

^ She was dau. of the Very Rev. Newton Ogle, D.D., of Kirkley Hall, Northumberland, Dean 
of Winchester and Prebendary of Durham (whose burial see 12 Jan. 1804), and sister of the Rev, 
John Savile Ogle, D.D., of Kirkley. Dr. J. S. Ogle died at Kirkley, 1 April 1853, aged 86, and 
his wife Catherine-Hannah, dau. of Edward Sneyd, Esq., of Dublin (and aunt of the Rev. Edward 
Sneyd, Minor Canon, of whom hereafter, under 11 Sep. 1837), died 18 March same year, aged 83. 

■* Dau. probably of "William Pearson, the Verger, whose burial see 21 Sep. 1806. 

' See his baptism 16 Dec. 1814, and his father's burial 14 July 1849. 

•* Baptized at Startforth, co. York, 15 May 1748. Her father was buried there 13 June 1783 ; 
her mother, Ann, buried there 18 Nov. 1782. 

7 Died 18th. Formerly Captain 9th Light Dragoons and Major of Brigade in Canada. He 
was the only son of Captain Philip [Wharton] Skene, Lieutenant-Governor of Crown Point and 
Ticonderoga, Colonel of a regiment of Militia in America (Commission as Ensign 1st Royals 
11 Sep. 1741 or 1742 ; Second Lieut. 26 Sep. 1745), and sometime Captain 27th Foot, by 
Katharine, only child of Samuel Heydeu, of Arklow, co. Wicklow, by his wife Katherine Byrne, 
of Ballymanus. He was born 25 March 1753 in Dublin Barracks, aud baptized by the Chaplain 
of the Royals and afterwards at Maynooth. Commission as Ensign 27th Regiment 1762, and 
30 Oct. same year, Lieut. 72nd Regiment (being then nine years of age !), and Lieut. 43rd Regi- 
ment 1774. He married, at St. Dunstan's, Fleet Street, Henrietta, only child of David James, 
Solicitor, of Serjeants' Inn (where she was born), and of Golygoed, Carmarthenshire, and by her 
had, with other issue, a dau. Henrietta, married to William Trotter, Esq., of Bishop's Auckland. 
Captain Andrew Philip Skene, vvho was the twenty-ninth head in male succession of the ancient 
Scotch house of Skene, of Skene aud Hallyards, is buried in the outer south aisle of the Galilee 

^ Died 30th Jan. Vicar of Northallerton, LL.B. Buried in the Nine Altars, where his M.I. 
displays the arms : " Azure, a lion rampant or ; impaling Azure, a bull passant argent." See his 
widow's burial 15 Aug. 1831. 


Cathedral, Archdeacon of Northumberlaud, etc. ; Prebendal 

House, College; Hi; The Very Eev'^ Charles Henry Hall, 

Dean of Durham. 
182G Mar. 8 AVilliam Browning, coachman to the late Archdeacon Bouyer; 

the Archdeacon's prebendal house. College ; 55 ; T. Ebdon, 

Mar. 30 Hannah Eeed,i widow ; Old Elvet, Durham ; 90 ; T. Ebdon, 

April II Ellen Elizabeth Carr,- dan. of John and Eosetta Anne Carr ; 

Palace- Green, Durham; 4 months; James Eaine, Eector of 

Nov. 3 Eobert Wallace;^ Pro^ddence Eow, Durham; 14 months; T. 

Ebdon, Sacrist. 

1827 Jan. 24 John Pearson ; ^ Durham; 53 y" ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 

Feb. 22 Elizabeth Bowlby,-^ wife of Capt" P. Bowlby, and dau. of the late 
Eev'' D. Haslewood ; North Bailey, Durham ; 29 ; T. Ebdon, 

Eeb. 23 Ann Hall; 6 Durham; 75. T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 

Mar. 22 The Very Eev<i Charles Henry Hall,^ D.D., Dean of Durham ; 
Deanery, College ; 63 ; "W. N. Darnell, Prebendary of Durham. 

1828 Jan. 11 Elizabeth Gargrave ; D'' Fenwick's, North Bailey ; 65 ; T. Ebdon, 

July 9 William Pearson ; ^ Gilesgate, Durham ; 69 ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 

1 She was dau. of Utrick Reay, Esq., of Newcastle. " March 14, 1757. William Eeed, of 
Durham, Esq., was married at All Saints' in this town to Miss Eeay in Pilgrim Street, a young 
lady celebrated for beauty, and distinguished for many valuable accomplishments, with £10,000 
fortune." (" Newcastle General Magazine.") Her husband William Reed, Esq., was buried 
22 April 1763 at Crossgate, where are the baptisms of their children Hannah-Jane 3 April 1759 
and Margaret 21 Jan. 1762. Mrs. Eeed is buried in the inner south aisle of the Galilee. 

2 Born 19 Nov. 1825. See the father's burial 6 Nov. 1833. 

^ Youngest son of James Wallace, junior (by his mfe Lucy Sanderson), son of James Wallace, 
by his wife Ann (Hall), whose burial see 2-i March 1837. See his brother's burial 30 July 
1848 and sister's 4 Nov. 1849. 

■* A maltster, and died 21st, according to newspaper, and " formerly a shoemaker in PuUin 
Corner.'^ " At St. Nicholas, 17 Sep. [1803], Mr. John Pearson, an eminent ladies' shoemaker, 
to Miss Thwaites, milliner, both of Durham." (" Newcastle Advertiser.") See his widow's 
burial 14 June 1839. He was probably a son of John Pearsou, buried 20 Jan. 1795. 

^ Dau. of the Rev. Dickens Hazlevvood, M.A., of Christ Church, Oxon, Minor Canon of 
Durham Cathedral ; born 22 Oct. 1798. Married, 24 March 1819, at St. Mary the Less, to 
Captain Peter Bowlby of the 4th Eegiment, with which he was present at Waterloo. He died 
8 Nov. 1877 at Cheltenham. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

« Died 18 Feb. See her husband's burial 30 Dec. 1821. 

" He died suddenly, 16th March, in Edinburgh. He was son of Charles Hall, Dean of Booking, 
and was educated at Westminster School ; Vicar of Broughton, Yorks, 1794 ; Canon of Christ 
Church, Oxford, 1799 (D.D. 1800); Vicar of Luton, Beds, 1804; Eegius Professor of Divinity, 
Oxford, 1807 ; Dean of Christ Church 1809 ; and Dean of Durham 26 Feb. 1824, succeeding Earl 
Cornwallis, who held the Deanery with the Bishopric of Lichfield and Coventry. He married, 
29 Aug. 1794, the Hon. Anna-Maria-Bridget Byng (who died 30 Oct. 1852), dau. of the fifth 
Viscount Torrington. 

^ Son of James Pearson, whose burial see 7 Sep. 1801. He was brother to Mrs. Wolfe, whose 
burial see 4 Feb. 1847. 


1828 Dec. 21 Isabella Hall ; i Silver Street ; 10; T. Ebdou, Sacrist. 

Dec. 27 James Miller,^ son of the Rev'* J. Miller, Minor-Canon of tins 
Cathedral ; Qneen Street ; 6 years ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 

1829 Mar. 4 Elizabeth Ambler,^ dan. of the late Will'" Ambler, Esq., Recorder 

of this City; Old Elvet; 61; W. S. Gilly, Prebendary of 

Oct. -1 Ami Esther rorster;^ Market Place ; 91 ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Oct. 20 Elizabeth Pearson ; ^ Church Street ; 84 ; T. Ebdon. 
Dec. 13 Jane Lambert ; ''■ Queen Street; 42; T. Ebdon. 

1830 Jan. 6 Henrietta Skene7 relict of A. P. Skene, Esq'" ; Church Sti-eet ; 

65 ; T. Ebdon. 

April 8 Ann Chajrfcor,^ dau. of the late Rev** Henry Chaytor, Prebendary 
of this Cathedral ; South Bailey ; 61 ; W. N. Darnell, Pre- 
bendary of this Cathedral. 

Dec. 29 Mary Chaytor,^ sister of the above ; Palace Green ; 60 ; "W. N. 

1831 Feb. 2 EHzabeth AVoodifield,i" wife of Matthew Woodifield, Esq. ; South 

Bailey ; 25 ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 

1 Died IQtli. SLe was born 5 Aug. 1818, eighth aud youngest child of John Hall, whose 
burial see 13 May 1841. 

- Died 25th ; born 5 Oct. 1822. The father was born at Cruff, Scotland, about 1782 ; was a 
Licentiate of the Scotch Church, but ordained by Bishop Barrington at Auckland 22 Sep. 1811, 
and became Minor Canon of Durham, and Vicar of Pittington, where he died 15 Jan. 1854 and is 
buried. He was D.D. of St. Andrew's University. He married at St. Andrew's, 23 Oct. 1821, 
Burnett, dau. of John Hunter, LL.D., Professor of Humanity of St. Andrew's (his portrait 
hangs in the Library there), and afterwards Principal of the United Colleges of St. Salvadore and 
St. Leonard. Mrs. Miller, who was born 11 Nov. 1789, died 24 Feb. 1873 at North Street, 
St. Andrew's, where she was buried. Besides the children buried here (they were all baptized at 
St. Mary-le-Bow, probably), there were Elizabeth Miller, born 18 May 1824, died 25 July 1850 
and buried at Pittington ; John Burnett Miller, born 3 Nov. 1828, died 12 Oct. 1845 and buried 
at St. Andrew's ; and Henrietta B., living unmarried at North Street, St. Andrew's, in 1877. 

^ Died 26th Feb. She was the only dau. of the Recorder (whose burial see 21 March 1792), 
and is buried in the Nine Altars. 

* Died 30 Sep. Called " Mrs." in newspaper, 

'" Died 18th. She was widow of James Pearson (whose burial see 7 Sep. 1801), and mother of 
Mrs. Wolfe, whose burial see 4 Feb. 1847. 

® Died 10th. Was formerly housekeeper to Archdeacon Prosser. 

7 Died 30 Dec. See her husband's burial 21 Jan. 1826. She is buried in the same vault in 
the Galilee. 

* Died 30 March. The second dau. of the Rev. Henry Chaytor, LL.D., Prebendary, by his 
second wife Ann, dau. of Charles Robinson, Esq., of Appleby, Westmorland. She was born 
13 April and baptized 5 May 1768 at Kirkby Stephen, of which her father was then Vicar. 
Buried in inner north aisle of the Galilee (M.I.) with her sisters, whose burials see next entry, 
20 Oct. 1843, and 8 Nov. 1849. See Pedigree of Chaytoe, Longstaff's " History of Darlington," 
and Surtees, vol. iv., part ii. 

^ Buried with her sister; see last entry. Born 20 Sep. and baptized 27 Oct. 1769 at Kirkby 

'" Born 14 Sep. 1805 and baptized 18 Aug. 1806 at Houghton-le-Spring. She was second of 
the three daughters and coheiresses of Anthony Tilly, of Pittington and Durham (where he died, 
aged 70,28 June 1826), by Sarah Haswell, of Cornforth (married 17 Sep. 1802 —" Newcastle 
Advertiser"— and died in Church Street, Durham, 26 May 1839, aged 71). She was first wife of 


1831 Mar. 3 Maiy Ami Smith,i dau. of the late John Smith, A^irger ; Queen 

Street; 25; T. Ehdon. 

Mar. 8 Rosetta Anne Carr,^ dau. of the Eev'' John Carr and Rosetta 
Anne his wife ; Palace Green ; 12 ; T. Ebdon. 

June 2 G-eorge Cayley,^ M.D. ; Old Elvet ; 68 ; Thomas Ebdon. 

Aug. 15 Elizabeth Bouyer,*- widow of the late Rev'^ R. G. Bouyer, Pre- 
bendary of this Cathedral ; North Bailey ; 80 ; Charles Thorp, 
Prebendary of this Cathedral. 

1832 May 30 John Wolfe,^ Alderman of this City; Framwellgate ; 74; T. 

Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Oct. 31 Anne Elizabeth Colberg;^ prebendal house of the Rev. W. S. 

Gilly, College ; 57 ; Thomas Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Dec. 5 George James Miller,^ son of the Rev. J. Miller ; Queen Street ; 

7 months ; Thomas Ebdon. 

1833 Mar. 19 Margaret Charlton,^ widoAv of W. Charlton, Esq., Hesleyside ; 

Old Elvet ; 75 ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Mar. 27 Grace Hunter Miller,^ dau. of the Rev. J. Miller; Queen Street ; 
7 ; T. Ebdon. 

Mr. Woodifield (whose burial see 6 April 1857), and died 28 Jan., having given birth to a dau. 
(baptized at St. Mary's) on the 19th. She is buried in the outer north aisle of the Galilee. Her 
elder sister, Ann Tilly (born 23 July 1803 and baptized at Houghton 26 June 1804), was wife of 
John Burrell, Esq., of Durham, and is buried at Crossgate with her husband. Her younger 
sister, Sarah Tilly (born 17 March 180fi and baptized at Houghton 25 Sep. 1809), became the 
wife successively of George Appleb}', Esq., of Durham, and of Robert Ingram Shafto, Esq., of 
Durham, head of the Shaftos of Bavingtou, and is, with both her husbands, buried at Crossgate. 

1 See her father's burial 19 Dec. 1813. 

" Born 1 Feb. 1819 ; died 5 March and buried in the aisle of the north transept, next her 
father, whose burial see 6 Nov. 1833. 

3 Died 27 May (M.I.) and buried at the end of the nave, close to the great doors leading to 
the Galilee Chapel. He was born in 1763, the third son of John Cayley, Esq., Consul-General at 
St. Petersburg, and was great-grandson of Sir William Cayley, of Brompton, first Bart. He was 
Physician to the Russian Army, and elected Physician to the Durham Infirmary 13 Dec. 1798 ; 
Cornet Yorkshire Hussars 6 June 1803, resigning 6 Dec. following. Burke's " Peerage " says he 

died s.p. 

* Her husband's monument (see his burial 4 Feb. 1826) in the Nine Altars records : " uxorem 
duxit Elizabetham Ponton, de Ponton Parva, in agro Lincolniensi, a.d. mdcclxxi." Her own 
name does not appear thereon. 

5 The son of Robert Wolfe, of Durham (whose marriage see 26 Dec. 1748), he was baptized 
at St. Nicholas 12 Dec. 1758 ; was Governor of the Gaol, and commonly therefore known as 
" Jailer Jack ;" was an Alderman, and served as Mayor. He married firstly, 7 May 1786, at 
Crossgate (where she was buried 8 Dec. 1789), Caroline Wilson. See burial of his second wife 
4 Feb. 1847, and of his dau., Mrs. Davison, 19 Feb. 1861. Died 15th and buried in centre of 
nave (M.I.). 

^ She was eldest dau. of Captain Samuel Colberg (by his wife Mary Relph), Barrack-Master at 
Liverpool, and was born in London. She was aunt to the second wife of Dr. Gilly the Prebendary, 
and was a considerable legatee in Bishop Barrington's will. 

7 Born 16 May 1832. See his brother's burial 27 Dec. 1828. 

8 Died 12th and is buried in the centre of the nave (M.I.). She was dau. of John Fenwick, 
Esq., M.D., of Morpeth (see " Fenwick of Long Framlington," Burke's " Landed Gentry "), and 
sister of John-Ralph Fenwick, Esq., M.D., whose burial see 17 Jan. 1855. She married, 1778, 
William Charlton, Esq., of Hesleyside, Northumberland, who died 1797. See " Landed Gentry." 

9 Died 23rd; born 6 Feb. 1826. See her brother's burial 27 Dec. 1828. 


1833 May 9 Emily Charlotte Henshaw,^ dau. of M'' W. Hensliaw, Organist of 

this Cathedral ; Bow Lane ; infant ; T. Ebdon. 

Nov. 6 The Rev'' John Carr,^ Master of the Grammar School, and Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics in the University of Durham ; Master's 
House ; 47 ; G. Townsend, Prebendary of Durham. 

Nov. 6 Charles Carr,^ son of the above ; Master's House ; infant ; G. 

Nov. 22 William Harland/Esq., Recorder of the Corporation of Durham; 
North Bailey ; 83 ; T. Ebdon. 

1834 Mar. 8 Mary Salt,' wife of George Salt, Virger of this Cathedral ; 

Bishop's Palace, Durham ; 60 ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Aug. 19 Mary Chaytor ;" South Bailey ; 30 ; S. Gamlen, office Min^^. 

1835 Feb. 2 The Rev'^ Thomas Bowlby,^ late Curate of Painshaw; North 

Bailey ; 74 ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 

^ Born 3rd of same month. The father, William Hensbaw, Mus. Doc, Organist of the 
Cathedral, son of Joseph Henshaw, of Marylebone, London, by his wife Anne, dau. of Thomas 
Tomlins, of Marylebone, was born 1792. He married, 6 July 1825, at St. Clement Danes, 
London, his cousin Emily, dau. of James Tomlins, of Lambeth, who died 1 July 1877, at North 
Road, Clapham, aged 79. Dr. Henshaw was appointed Organist 1 Jan. 1814 and resigned 1 Jan. 
1863, when he was succeeded by Dr. Philip Armes, the present Organist (ex inform. Dr. Henshaw). 

^ Died 30 Oct. A native of Stackhouse, in Giggleswiok, co. York ; formerly Fellow of Trinity 
College, Cambridge (M.A. 1810) ; Vicar of Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex ; Vicar of Brantiugham, 
Yorks, 1818, on presentation of Dean and Chapter of Durham. He married at Scarborough, 
8 Jan. 1817, Rosetta-Anne (baptized 12 March 1795 at Wittou-le-Wear), eldest dau. of John- 
Thomas-Hendry Hopper, of Witton Castle, co. Pal., Esq. [The newspapers announced her death, 
12 Aug. 1876, aged 81, at Harley Rectory, Salop, as Anne only.] See the baptism of Dorothy 
Spearman, her great-great-grandmother, 29 June 1670. He is interred under a Gothic monument 
in the aisle of the north transept, with a coat of arms : On a chevron three mullets, a martlet for 
difference. M.I. on brass plate near. See burials of his children, 11 April 1826, 8 March 1831, 
and next entry. 

^ Buried in the same coffin with his father. See preceding entry. 

* Died 16th. He was the eldest son of George Hoar, gent., of Middleton St. George, co. Pal., 
and Deputy-Keeper of the Jewels in the Tower, by his first wife Frances (married at Redmarshal 
1 Jan. 1749-50), dau. of William Sleigh, Esq., of Stockton-on-Tees, and he assumed the name of 
Harlaud, and had a grant of arms 25 Aug. 1802. Was gazetted Captain in the Durham Volun- 
teers 18 Oct. 1803, and was a Bencher of Lincoln's Inn. His younger brother Charles also 
assumed the name of Harlaud, and received in 1808 a Baronetcy, which died with him 1810. 
The late William Charles Harlaud, of Sutton Hall, co. York, M.P. for Durham Cit}', was son of 
the above Mr. William Harland by his wife Anne, whose burial see 21 Jan. 1842. See also 
baptism of his sister Mrs. Dickens' child 27 March 1787. 

^ Formerly Mary Bee, upper-nurse and afterwards housekeeper to Lord Barrington, the 

^ Died 13th. Born 10 July 1804 ; she was younger dau. of Lieut.-Colonel Henry Chaytor, 
Grenadier Guards, by his wife Jane, dau. of William Marriott, Esq. She is buried in the inner 
north aisle of the Galilee Chapel with her brother, sister, and aunts. (M.I.) The Rev. Samuel 
Gamlen, Vicar of Heighington, Perpetual Curate of Croxdale, a Minor Canon, and afterwards 
Rector of Kirkley Mall, Leicestershire, died 2 June 1855. 

7 Born 27 Sep. 1762 and baptized at St. Mary the Less the same day. Of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1784, M.A. 1787. Perpetual Curate of Painshaw, co. Pal., for many years. 
Died, aged 73, 28 Jan. 1835. He married 3 March 1786, at Croxdale Chapel, co. Durham, 
Eleanora-Elizabeth, dau. of Anthony Salvin, of Sunderland Bridge, co. Pal,, Esq. See her 
burial at the Cathedral 20 Aug. 1842, aged 82. They had seven sons and six daughters. [MS. 
Ped. by E. A. W.] 



1835 Mar. 12 Charles Surtees Marsden,^ infant son of T. Marsden, Esq., 

Proctor, & Dorothy liis \\-ife ; Elvet Cottage ; 8 months ; T. 

April 28 Robert Hall ; - Silver Street ; 32 ; J. Cartwright, offic^ Min''. 
Dec. 10 Elizabeth Townsend,^ wife of the Rev*' G. Townsend, Prebendary 

of this Cathedral; College; 48; The Right Rev" J. B. 

Jenkinson, Dean of Durham. 

1836 Feb. 27 Caroline Henshaw ;•* Bow Lane ; infant; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Mar. 1 The Right Rev" William Van Mildert,^ D.D., Bishop of Durham ; 

Episcopal Palace, Bishop Auckland; 70; The Right Rev" 
J. B. Jeukinson, Dean of Durham. 

1 Born at Elvet Cottage 16 July 1834, son of Thomas Marsden, of Durham, Proctor, and his 
wife Dorothy, elder dau. of John Thomas Christopher, of Norton. See bis burial 3 July 1857. 

^ A currier ; died 23rd ; tombstone incorrectly says buried 23rd. He was born 11 May 1803, 
eldest child of John Hall, whose burial see 13 May 1841. By his wife (whose burial see 21 June 
1875) he had an only son Ovington Hall, who died 10 March 1869, aged 37, and was buried at 
Chester-le- Street, leaving issue. 

^ Died 3 Dec. She was the only surviving dau. of Samuel Fyler, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, of 
Twickenham, Middlesex, by his wife (and cousin) Mary, only child of John I'Anson, Esq., and 
niece of Sir Thomas Bankes I'Anson, Bart., of Corfe Castle, Dorset. She was married 8 July 
1813, at the Parish Church, Brighton, to Dr. Townsend (see his burial 28 Nov. 1857), to whom 
she was first wife. She is buried in the Nine Altars. (M.I.) 

"* Died 24th. Born 14 Jan. 1836 and baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow. See her sister's burial 
9 May 1833. 

* Baptized 8 Dec. 1765 at St. Mary, Newington. Educated at Merchant Taylors ; of Queen's 
College, O.Kford, where he matriculated, then aged 18, 21 Feb. 1784 (B.A. 23 Nov. 1787 ; M.A. 
17 July 1790; B. and D.D. 13 Oct. 1813). His first Curacies were at Sherborne, Hants, and 
Lewknor, Oxon, and afterwards at Witham, Essex, where he married. Rector of Braddon, 
Northampton, April 1795; Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow, London, 1796 — 1819; Vicar of Farning- 
ham, Kent, 1807 ; Precentor of Lincoln's Inn April 1812 ; Regius Professor of Divinity at Oxford 
and Canon of Christ Church Sep. 1813 — 20; consecrated Bishop of Llandaff 31 May 1819; Dean 
and Canon Residentiary of St. Paul's 1820 ; Bishop of Durham 3 April 1826, confirmed at 
St. James's Church, Piccadilly, 17 April, and installed in Durham Cathedral 30 May. He made 
his formal entry into the county on the 14th of July, and was attended by much pageantry, the 
falchion of the Lord of Sockburn being presented to the Bishop on Croft Bridge, and another 
falchion of the owners of Pollard's Lands at Auckland Castle, the Bishop wearing a coat and 
waistcoat of the Palatinate purple. His public entry into the City of Durham and enthronement 
in his Cathedral took place 21 July. He died at Auckland Castle 21 Feb. and was buried 1 March 
1836 in his Cathedral in a vault within the altar rails. The styles and titles of the deceased 
Prelate were proclaimed over the tomb by the Principal Surrogate. 

" The Herald breaks the Wand, while he proclaims 
The sainted Palatine's puissant names ; 
Yon Kingless throne is now for ever bare." — (Faber.) 

He was the second and only surviving son of Mr. Cornelius Van Mildert, of Newington, 
CO. Surrey, who died there, aged 76, 29 April 1799, by his wife Martha (who died at Newington, 
aged 86, 21 Sep. 1818), dau. of Mr. William Hill, of Vauxhall. The Bishop had married, 22 Dec. 
1797, Jane, youngest dau. of Lieut.-General Archibald Douglas, Colonel 13th Dragoons, and 
M.P. for the Dumfries Burghs in 1771. See her burial 28 Dec. 1837. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

The Bishop, in conjunction with the Dean and Chapter, founded in 1834 the University of 
Durham. See a brief account of the changes the Ecclesiastical Commission made during this 
episcopacy in the constitution of the Bishopric and Chapter in Low's " Diocesan History of 


1837 Mar. 16 Mary Johnson ; ^ South Street ; 76; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Mar. 24 Ann Wallace;- Claypath ; 62; T. Ebdon. 

April 10 Jolin Leybourne,^ deputy-Treasurer and Receiver of the Dean 
and Chapter ; CoUese ; 63 ; J. S. Ogle, Prebendary of Durham. 

Sep 11 Joseph Boruwlaski/ the celebrated little Polish Count; Banks' 
Cottage, Durham ; 98 ; Edward Sneyd, offics Min^ 

Dec. 28 Jane Van Mildert,^ widow of William, late Bishop of Durham ; 
Harrogate ; 77 ; G-. Townsend, Prebendary of Durham. 

1838 April 2 William Henshaw ;'' Bow Lane ; infant ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 
April 26 Phillis Georgiana Marsdeu;' Shincliffe ; infant; T. Ebdon. 
April 28 Francis Johnson,^ Esq« ; Aykley Heads ; 80 ; W. S. GHly, Pre- 
bendary of Durham. 

Durham" (S.P.C.K.).* In Canon Low's account of Dr. Van Mildert it is well to correct an 
error. He says, " the last Palatine was carried to his tomb in the Chapel of the Nine Altars." 
There indeed is erected the public monument, a sitting effigy of the Bishop, but he was buried in 
a vault within the altar rails, the covering slab bearing his initials and those of his wife. 

1 Widow of Christopher Johnson, who died 1805. 

' Died 17th. She was wife of James Wallace, of Claypath, grocer (whose burial see 9 April 
1843), and dau. of Robert Hall, whose burial see 30 Dec. 1821 ; and the burials of her dau. Eliza- 
beth 2 April 1813 ; her grandchildren (Phillips) July 1824; and a grandson 3 Nov. 1826. 

3 He came from about Cotherstone, Yorkshire. He married at Crossgate (described as 
" junior " in the register), 15 Feb. 1810, Ann Mowbray, of Witton Gilbert. Ann, his only child, 
married 1 Dec. 1835, at St. Mary-the-Less, John Grace, third son of John Grace, Esq., of Felling 
Hall, CO. Pal. See also next entry. 

^ Died 5th. He was a native of Pokucia, in Poland. Refer to the Count's Memoirs of him- 
self, which, however, must be taken in parts cum gram. He was a polished gentleman, but vam 
and bombastic. He was only three feet three inches in height, and an exact life-size statue of 
him (some of his clothes are there also) is in the Museum on the Palace Green, and there is an 
oil portrait extant, now the property of Mr. Alan Greenwill. The " Count's Corner " on the 
banks is so called from the cottage, now demolished, where he lived with the Miss Ebdons— 
sisters of the Rev. Thomas Ebdon, Minor Canon— and which was situated in the lower garden 
(not then enclosed) of the last house (the Chaytors') in the South Bailey. The Count is buried 
in the north aisle of the nave, under the north-western tower, the slab marked J. B. Curiously 
enough his last earthly neighbour is Mr. Leybourne (see last entry), who was an unusually 
tall man. 

» See the Bishop's burial 1 March 1836. 

« Died 29 March ; born 2 July 1837 and baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow. See his sister's burial 

9 May 1833. 

7 Dau. of Thomas Marsden, of Durham, Proctor, by his wife Dorothy, dau. of John Thomas 
Christopher, of Norton. See her brother's burial 12 March 1835. 

s Born 23 July and baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow 16 Aug. 1757 ; entered at Lincoln's Inn 
1779 ; a Justice of the Peace and Deputy-Lieutenant, co. Durham, and Major (commission dated 
16 July 1804) of the Durham Volunteers ; died 23 April 1838. Will dated 9 Dec. 1835, and 
proved at Durham 1 Oct. 1838. He married at St. Nicholas, Durham, 29 Dec. 1801, Mary, 
second dau. of the Hon. Richard Hetherington, President of the Virgin Island, West Indies, and 
of the Hill at Burton in Lonsdale, co. York. She was born 10 Oct. 1777 ; died 5 and was buried 
at the Cathedral 11 April 1851. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

* This very readable little work contains a good account of the great temporal powers exercised 
by the Bishops of Durham down to as late a time as that of Bishop Barrington, powers which 
will be hardly credited by readers distant from " the bishoprick," as that part of the diocese 
bounded by the Tyne and Tees was generally termed. 


1838 June 19 Dorothy Penwick,! ^e of J. E. Penwick, Esq., M.U. ; North 

Bailey ; 85 ; C. Thorp, Prebendary of Durham. 

1839 June 14 Mary Pearson ;2 Crossgate ; 67; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 

Sep. 22 Ann Wallace ;3 Claypath, Durham; 14 months; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 

1840 Peb. 2 Elizabeth Smith ; ^ Market-place, Durham; 60; T. Ebdon, 

Nov. 26 William Hughes,-^ student of the TJniversity of Durham ; Uni- 
versity House, Palace Green; 20; The Very Eev'^ George 
Waddington, Dean of Durham. 

1841 Jan. 23 Harriet Chaytor," youngest dau. of the 'Rev'^ Henry Chaytor, 

Prebendary of Durham ; North Bailey ; 62 ; The Very Eev<i 

George Waddington, Dean of Durham. 
Jan. 28 Elizabeth Kemble,^ relict of Stephen George Kemble, Esq« ; 

Grove, near Durham ; 78 ; The Eev'^ G. Townsend, Prebendary 

of Durham. 
May 13 John Hall,^ tanner; Pramwellgate, Durham; 62; T. Ebdon, 

July 11 Sarah Moor ;9 IJniversity House, Palace Green; 3; T. Ebdon. 
Sep. 27 Jane Serpell, servant to the Bishop of Chester ; 1° College, Dur- 
ham ; 24 ; T. Ebdon. 
Nov. 1 Henry Griffith,ii youngest surviving son of John Griffith, Esq^, 

North Bailey, Durham ; No. 1 Little Argyll Street, Hanover 

Square, London ; 31 ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 

1 Died 11th. Born 19 Jan. 1753. She was eldest dau. and coheiress of Robert Spearman, 
Esq., of Old Acres, co. Pal. (see Pedigree in Surtees), and was married 3 Aug. 1788 at St. Mary- 
le-Bow. See her husband's burial 17 Jan. 1855, and her grandfather Spearman's 20 Oct. 1728. 

2 Died 11th. See her husband's burial 7 Sep. 1801. Her mother kept a school in Fram- 

3 See her brother's burial 3 Nov. 1826. 

* Died 29 Jan. See her husband's burial 19 Dec. 1813. 

5 Died 22nd. Born 23 Oct. and baptized 3 Dec. 1820 at St. Chad's, Shrewsbury. He was the 
fourth son of Mr. Philip Hughes, of that town, wine merchant, by his wife Anne Palmer (married 
at Stockland, Dorset, 27 Oct. 1806), of Devonshire. (M.I.) 

" Died 16th. Born 5 Dec. 1778 ; probably baptized at Croft, Yorkshire. See her sister's 
burial 8 April 1830. 

7 Died 20th. Formerly Miss Satchell, of the Covent Garden Theatre. She was married 
about Nov. 1783 to Mr. Stephen Kemble, whose burial see 11 June 1822. She lies wdth her 
husband in the Nine Altars on the north of St. Cuthbert's Shrine. 

* Died 9th. Was an Alderman of Durham. See his father's burial 30 Dec. 1821, and his 
wife's 23 Feb. 1851. His tombstone says erroneously buried 9th. See also the burial of his son- 
in-law John Robson 23 Dec. 1866. Besides the children already occurring as buried here 
(consult Index), John Robson had another child Mary, born 2 June 1814, who married Thomas 

^ Died 8th. Elder child of John Moor, Verger, whose burial see 12 Jan. 1875. She was born 
2 and baptized 11 Oct. 1837, and christened 15 March 1838. 

1" The Bishop of Chester, Dr. John Bird Sumner, held a stall at Durham until his preferment 
to the Archbishopric of Canterbury. 

'■ Born 4 March and baptized 1 April 1810 at St. Mary-le-Bow. See his brother's burial 
31 May 1815, and his parents' burials 19 May 1845 and 21 Oct. 1850. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 


1841 Dec. 16 Thomas Hemiug;^ prebenJal house of the Eev'^ Gr. Towiisend, 

CoUege, Durham ; 63 ; T. Ebdou. 

1842 Jan. 21 Aiiue Harlaud,- relict of the late William Harlaud, Esq'= ; North 

Bailey, Durham ; 81 ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Peb. 5 Margery Burgess,-^ relict of the late D'' T. Burgess, Bishop of 

Salisbury ; North Bailey, Durham ; 77 ; The Vener'' Arch- 
deacon Thorp. 
Mar. 11 Elizabeth Eleanor Feilding;* North Bailey, Durham; 84; 

T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 
July 24 Jane Jackson;'^ Dun Cow Lane, Durham; 3; T. Ebdon, 

Aug. 20 Eleanora Elizabeth Bowlby,^ relict of the late Eev'' Thomas 

Bowlby ; North Bailey, Durham ; 82 ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Aug. 30 Greorge Jackson,^ Clerk of the Works to the Dean and Chapter ; 

Dun Cow Lane, Durham ; 37 ; John Cartwright, office 


^ Died 13th. He was an artist, and, according to the " Durham Chronicle," of Magdalen 
College, Oxford ; was Author of " Scripture Geography " and other works. He was on a visit to 
Dr. Townsend when he died. 

^ Died 16th. Younger dau. of John Wilkinson, merchant, of Stockton-on-Tees and of 
"Worcester. See " Landed Gentry " — " Wilkinson, of Harperley." She was baptized at Stockton 
18 April 1758, and married there, 30 Nov. 1780, to William Hoar, afterwards Harland, Esq. 
(whose burial see 22 Nov. 1833), with whom she rests in the same vault in the north transept. 

^ Died 27 Jan. The only dau. of John Bright, Esq. She was baptized at St. Oswald's 5 April 
1764 ; is buried in the Nine Altars near her mother, whose burial see 9 June 1799 (M.I.). Her 
husband (married 1796), the Bishop, Thomas Burgess, D.D., F.R.S., F.S.A., was born at Odiham, 
Hants, where his father William Burgess was a grocer ; was M.A. and Fellow (1787) of Christ 
Church College, Oxford ; Rector of Winston, co. Pal. ; Prebendary of Salisbury 1787 ; Prebendary 
of Durham (second stall) 1791 ; Bishop of St. David's 1803, and of Salisbury 1825, succeeding 
Dr. Fisher. He owed his advancement in life and preferments to his ever staunch friend and 
supporter Bishop Barrington, to whom he was Chaplain. He died 19 Feb. 1837, aged 80, at 
Southampton, and is buried in his Cathedral. Mrs. Burgess used to drive out in a coach and 
four, and so narrow are the streets of Durham that for safety, when she went into Elvet, her 
equipage was driven into the market-place, and the horses turned there. 

•• Baptized at Startforth 13 Dec. 1757. Fourth dau. of George Feilding, of Durham and 
Startforth, Esq. Her aunt Anne Feilding left her her " common Prayer book with cuts in it, 
hair buttons set in gold, ring with the Duchess of Marlborough's hair, & silver shoe bukills." 
Died unmarried 11 March 1842, set. 81 (of the North Bailey). [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

= Died 20th. See her father's burial 30 Aug. 1842. 

^ She was the dau. of Anthony Salvin, of Sunderland Bridge, co. Pal., Esq.; baptized 1 March 
1761, and married 3 March 1786 at Croxdale Chapel, co. Durham ; died 15 Aug. 1842. This 
lady, through the families of Belasyse, Fairfax, Gascoyne, Percy, and Mortimer, was fifteenth 
in direct descent from King Edward the Third. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] See her husband's 
burial 2 Feb. 1835. 

^ Died 26th. A natural son of Mary Jackson, afterwards Dickons (whose burial see 6 April 
1857), and was born 24 July 1805. He married Ann Robson, of Durham, who died, aged 65, 
23 Jan. 1873, at Holloway, London, and is buried at Highgate Cemetery. Their son Thomas 
George, born post pat. mort., whose death is also recorded on the tombstone (died 28 Aug. 1872, 
aged 29), is buried at Edinburgh. They had three other daughters and a son. See a daughter's 
burial 24 July 1842. 


1842 Oct. 28 Sarah Pliutoff;! North Bailey, Durham; 12 ; T. Ebdon, Hacrist. 
Nov. 26 Francis Augustus Liddell,^ 3^^i sou of the Hon^ aud Eev'i Rob* 

Liddell ; prebendal house of D'' Wellesley, College, Durham ; 

infant ; The Very Rev'^ George Waddington, Dean of Durham. 
1S43 Jan. 26 John Wright, footman to the Hon" and Rev'i D"" Wellesley; 

College, Durham ; 28 ; T. Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Feb. 19 Catherine Phillips;-'^ Sunderland; 6 months ; T. Ebdon. 
Mar. 27 Bridget Beckett,^ relict of Tho^ Beckett, Esq'', of Thornton-le- 

Moor, in the County of York ; North Bailey ; 77 ; G. Towusend, 

Prebendary of Durham. 
April 9 James Wallace ; 5 Gilesgate, Durham ; 66; T. Ebdon. 
Oct. 9 The Hon« Emily Frances Geraldine Matilda Cadogan,^ eldest 

dau. of Viscount Chelsea ; prebendal house of the Hon^ and 

Rev^ D'- Wellesley, College, Durham ; 5 ; The Right Rev'^ 

Bishop of Chester. 
Oct. 20 Isabella Chaytor,^ fourth dau. of the late Uev^ Henry Chaytor, 

Prebendary of Durham ; Old Elvet, Durham ; 72 ; T. Ebdon, 

1844 June 7 Gustavus Adolphus Chaytor,^ M.D. ; South Bailey ; 38 ; Thomas 

Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Nov. 19 The Rev'J James Frederick Townsend,^ son of the Rev'' G. 

Townsend, Canon of Durham; Twickenham, Middlesex; 29; 

The Very Rev^i George Waddington, Dean of Durham. 

1 Died 24tli. Bom 16 Aug. 1829 at Osmotherley, co. York. See her father's burial 19 May 


" Died 22iid. Third son and fourth child; born 11 May and baptized 25 July 1842 at 
Barking, Essex. The father, fifth son of Thomas Henry, first Lord Ravensworth, was born at 
Farnacres 24 Sep. 1808, and baptized at Lamesley, co. Pal. ; of Christ Church, Oxon (B.A. 1829), 
and of All Souls (M.A. and Fellow 1834) ; Vicar of Barking, Essex, 1836-51, when he went to 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge. He died 29 June 1888. The mother, Emily Ann Charlotte, eldest 
dau. of Dr. Wellesley (whose burial see 27 Oct. 1848), was born at Hampton Court 23 Oct. and 
baptized there 22 Nov. 1803. She was married at St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham, 26 Jan. 1836, and 
died in AVilton Place, Loudon, 22 Oct. 1876, being buried 26 id. men. at Woking Cemetery. 
This child is buried in the Nine Altars. 

3 See burials 22 and 28 July 1824. 

•» Died 21st. Formerly Bridget Peacock. She married at Northallerton, 6 Jan. 1784, Thomas 
Beckett, Esq. (then described as "of Westminster, bach'"'), of Thornton-le-Moor, whom she 


5 A grocer. See his mother's burial 30 March 1805, his wife's 24 March 1837, a daughter's 

2 April 1813, and that of a grandchild 3 Nov. 1826. 

•5 Died 5th. She was the first child of her parents (whose marriage see 12 July 1836) ; was 
born at Naples 22 Feb. 1838 and baptized there. She is buried in the Nine Altars. (M.I.) 

7 Died 12th. Born 1 Aug. 1771 and probably baptized at Croft. See her sister's burial 

8 April 1830. 

8 Died 1st. Nephew of preceding; born 1 June 1844; the fourth son of Lieut.-Colonel 
Henry Chaytor, Grenadier Guards, by his wife Jane, dau. of William Marriott, Esq. He was 


9 Died 14th. He was second child (by his first wife) of Dr. Townsend (whose burial see 
28 Nov. 1857) ; was born 26 July and baptized 15 Sep. 1815 at Hackney Church, Middlesex. 
Of University College, Oxon, B.A. 1837 ; unmarried. Buried in Nine Altars. (M.I.) 


1845 April 2 Frances Amelia Bowlby/ youngest dan. of the late Eev* Thomas 

Bowlby ; North Bailey ; 44 ; Thomas Ebdon, Sacrist. 
April 11 Joseph Buchan;^ Framwellgate, Dnrham ; 45; Thomas Ebdon. 
Aprill2 Michael Pearson;^ The Castle, Durham; 35 ; Thomas Ebdon. 
May 15 James Moor;"* Coldwell, Northumberland ; 36; Thomas Ebdon. 
May 19 Charles Rowlandson ; -^ College, Durham ; infant; Thomas Ebdon. 
May 19 John Grriffith,'' Esq^ solicitor ; North Bailey, Durham ; 81 ; 

Thomas Ebdon, Sacrist. 

1846 June G Jane Moor,^ wife of M^ John Moor, Virger ; University House, 

Durham ; 43 ; Bolton Simpson, Minor Canon of Durham. 

1847 Feb. 1 Elizabeth Inman,^ niece of the late Eev"^ Doctor Bowlby ; Old 

Elvet, Durham ; 82 ; Thomas Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Feb. 4 Elizabeth "Wolfe,^ widow of John "Wolfe, Esq« ; Hartlepool, in 

the County of Durham ; 80 ; Thomas Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Mar. 4 Elizabeth Davison,^'^ son of Joseph Davison, Esq^ ; South Bailey, 

Durham ; Infant ; Bolton Simpson, Minor Canon of Durham. 

(By a slip, Son is written instead of Daughter. Thomas 

Ebdon, Sacrist.) 

1 Born 27 Nov. 1800 and baptized 20 May 1801 at Houghton ; died 28 March 1845. See her 
father's burial 2 Feb. 1835. 

^ Died 8th ; a mason at the Cathedral. He was perhaps a son by his first wife of one John 
Buchan, who married secondly Ellen Banks, widow of William Rigb}', of Pramwellgate. John 
Buclian returned to his native place, Flodden Field, and died there. William and Ellen Rigby 
had a son, also a mason, who fell from the scaffolding of the Cathedral and was killed. 

^ Probably sou of Michael Pearson (see his burial 18 Aug. 1851), who was butler at the 

■* Died 12th ; a farmer. Third son of Thomas Moor, of Kirkharle, Northumberland, and was 
born at Bavington in that parish. His tombstone records his age as 39. See his brother's burial 
12 Jan. 1875. 

^ Died I7th. The father Samuel Eowlandson, gent., was appointed Deputy-Treasurer to the 
Dean and Chapter April 1837, at the death of Mr. John Leybourne. The son (by Sarah his wife, 
whose burial see 17 Dec. 1864) of Christopher Rowlaudsou, of West Shaws, near Barnard Castle, 
he was born 27 Nov. 1805. He died in the College 22 Feb. 1883 and was buried in the 
Cathedral Yard. His wife (formerly Miss Hannah Kipling) died 21 Sep. 1884, and was buried 
with her husband and children. 

« Born 30 Dec. 1763 and baptized 14 Feb. 1764. Attorney-at-Law ; Under Sheriff of the 
Palatinate ; Deputy Prothonotary of the Palatinate Court of Common Pleas ; gazetted Captain in 
Durham Volunteers 18 Oct. 1803. Married, 3 March 1795, at St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham, Mary, 
eldest dau. of John Hays, Esq., Senior Proctor of the Palatinate Consistory Court, by his wife 
Eleanor, dau. and coheir of Richard W^etherell, Dean of Hereford, and Master of University 
College, Oxford. See her burial 21 Oct. 1850. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W\] 

7 Died 2nd. Youngest dau. of Robert Morrell, of Heighington, co. Pal. (who died there, aged 
79, 14 July 1839). She was born 6 June 1803, and was married to John Moor (whose burial 
see 17 Jan. 1875) at St. Mary's, Durham, 15 March 1836. 

8 See her mother's burial 26 Dec. 1783. 

^ Died 29 Jan. Dau. of James Pearson, cordwaiuer and shoemaker, whose burial see 7 Sep. 
1801. [Elizabeth, dau. of James and Elizabeth Pearson, baptized at Crossgate 29 April 1770.] 
She was second wife to Mr. Wolfe (whose burial see 30 May 1832), to whom she was married at 
St. Nicholas 11 July 1790. 

1" Baptized 10 Dec. 1846 at St. Mary's. See the father's burial 17 Dec. 1868. 


1847 Mar. 10 Elizabeth Marsdeii,^ second dau. of Thoma!^ Marsdeu, Esq^ ; Old 

Elvet, Durham ; 18 ; Bolton Simpson. 

Mar. 16 Catherine Thompson,- youngest dau. of the late Eev'' John 
Thompson, A^icar of Thornton-Steward, Yorkshire; College, 
Durham; 23 ; Bolton Simpson, Minor Canon of Durham. 

Mar. 27 Prancis Morris, butler of the KeV^ Canon Douglas; College, 
Durham ; 19 ; Bolton Simpson. 

May 8 Catherine Bowlby,'^ third dau. of the late Eev'i Thomas Bowlby ; 
North Bailey ; 49 ; Thomas Ebdon, Sacrist. 

Sep. 19 Robert Hall;-^ Gilesgate, Durham ; 35 ; Thomas Ebdon, Sacrist. 

Oct. 21 George Henry Bowlby," Esq., Lieutenant in the Eoyal Navy, 
S"^ son of the late Eev. Thomas Bowlby, of Durham; Edin- 
burgh ; 54 ; Thomas Ebdon, Sacrist. 

Dec. 11 John Mingay,^ head-butler at Bishop Hatfield's Hall, University 
of Durham; North Bailey, Durham; 31; Thomas Ebdon, 

1848 Eeb. 7 John Humble Waite,7 Esq^ a Member of the University of 

Durham ; Pramwellgate, Durham ; 21 ; Thomas Ebdon, Sacrist. 
Mar. 8 Edith Elder,^ infant dau. of the Eev. Edward Elder, Head Master 

of the Durham Grrammar School; New Grammar School, 

Durham ; 10 months ; Thomas Ebdon. 
May 13 George Salt,^ late Verger of this Cathedral ; Old Elvet, Durham ; 

74 ; The Venerable Charles Thorp, Archdeacon of Durham. 
June 2 Mary Dickous,io second dau. of M-^ Thomas Dickons, builder ; 

Claypath, Durham ; 23 ; Thomas Ebdon, Sacrist. 
July 30 Jabez Wallace,ii second son of M^' James Wallace ; Claypath, 

Durham ; 17 ; Thomas Ebdon. 

1 Born 5 May, baptized 2 June 1828 at St. Mary-le-Bow. See her brother's burial 12 Oct. 

' Died 13th, set. suse xxii, and youngest dau. (M.T.) 

3 Born 11 Nov. 1798, baptized 10 June 1799 at Houghton. See her father's burial 2 Feb. 
1835 and her mother's 20 Aug. 1842. [MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 

< Died 16th. See his father's burial 30 Dec. 1821. 

5 Born and baptized 17 Jan. 1793, according to the Houghton Register. Lieut. Royal Navy ; 
Commander 21 May 1814; half-pay 28 Feb. 1817 ; served in the Expedition to Copenhagen in 
H.M.S. "Ganges" in 1807, and at the Siege of Sebastian in H.M.S. " Andromac " in Sep. 1813. 
Died 15 Oct. 1847, s.p. See his father's burial 2 Feb. 1835 and his mother's 20 Aug. 1842. 
[MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 

« Died 8th. (M.I.) 

7 Died 7 Feb. He was son of the Rev. Joseph Waite, M.A., sometime Curate of St. John's, 
Weardale. His elder brother is the Rev. Joseph Waite, D.D., Vicar of Norham (1873), Canon of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, formerly Fellow and Tutor of University College, Durham, and afterwards 
the popular Master thereof. 

8 Died 4th. See her father's burial 14 April 1858. 

9 Died 8th. He was twenty-two years Verger of the Cathedral, and was previously butler to 
Bishop Barrington. He had a sister housekeeper to Archbishop Whately, and she was living, 
old and infirm, at the Palace, Dublin, some years since. See his wife's burial 8 March 1834. 

'" Died 30 May. Born 2 Oct. 1824 (twin with Miss Sarah Dickons, now living, 1880), and 
probably baptized at St. Nicholas. See her brother's burial 6 April 1857. 

" Son of the younger James Wallace. See his brother's burial 3 Nov. 1816. 


1848 Oct. 27 The Hou^ aud Rev'' Gerald Valerian Wellesley,i D.D., Canon of 

Durham, and Rector of Bishop-Wearmouth ; College, Durham ; 
77; The Very Rev<i George Waddington, D.D., Dean of 

1849 Mar. 9 Samuel Rowlaudson,^ second son of Samuel Rowlandsou, Esq« ; 

College, Durham ; 2 ; Thomas Ebdon, Sacrist. 
July 14 Anthony Tyler,^ late Verger at this Cathedral, & Porter at the 
CoUege gates; College gates, Durham; 80; Thomas Ebdon, 

Nov. 4 Jane Wallace;^ Saint Nicholas ; 20 years ; Bolton Simpson, ofE- 

Nov. 8 Juliana Chaytor;^ North Bailey; 76 years; Bolton Simpson, 

off"s Sacrist. 
18.50 Feb. 20 Henry Rennet Relton,'^ student of the University ; University 

College, Durham ; 19 ; Edw" Greatorex, Sacrist. 
Oct. 21 Mary Griffith,' widow of the late John Griffith, Esq.; North 

Bailey ; 78 ; Edw'' Greatorex, Sacrist. 

1 Died 21st. He was born (probably at Dangan Castle) 7 Dec. 1770, the fourth son of 
Garret, first Earl of Mornington, by his marriage, 6 Feb. 1759, at St. Mary's, Dublin (in the 
Register of which his name is spelt Garrett), with Anne, eldest dau. of Arthur (Hill) first Vis- 
count Dungannon ; M.A. of St. John's College, Cambridge, 1792 ; Chaplain at Hampton Court 
1793 ; Rector of Chelsea 1805 ; Rector of Therfield, Hants, 1822 ; Rector of Bishopwearmouth 
and Prebendary of Durham (in which he held the stall at his death) 1827. He married, 2 June 
1802, at St. George, Hanover Square, Lady Emily Mary Cadogan, eldest dau. (by his second 
wife) of Charles, first Earl Cadogan. Lady Emily Wellesley, who died at Boulogne 22 Dec. 1839, 
is buried at St. Luke's, Chelsea. Dr. Wellesley (he was D.D. Lambeth) was next youno-er 
brother to the first Duke of Wellington, to whom he bore an extraordinary likeness. His portrait 
hangs in the Castle Hall. He was buried in the Nine Altars. See his daughter's marriao-e 
12 July 1836. 

2 Died 6th. Born 26 June and baptized 7 Aug. 1846. See his brother's burial 19 May 1845. 
^ Died 10th. A native of Essex (probably Dunmow or Heybridge) ; he was born circa Feb. 
1769. He was " of St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham, bachelor," at his marriage 1804. His portrait 
appears in Mr. Edmund Hastings' picture, hanging in the Chapter Library, of the Judges at the 
Cathedral service. See his wife's burial 20 Aug. 1861, and that of his son 27 Jan. 1871, and 
others in Index. His eldest child Elizabeth, the only one not baptized at the Cathedral, was 
born 15 Dec. 1804, baptized at St. Mary-le-Bow, and was living at Durham, unmarried, 1886. 
■* See her brother's burial 3 Nov. 1826. 

'" Fifth dau. of the Rev. Henry Chaytor, LL.D., Vicar of Kirkby Stephen, Rector of Croft, 
and Prebendary of Durham. She was born 6 Aug. and baptized 29 Sep. 1773 at Kirkby Stephen. 
See her sister's burial 8 April 1830. 

® Died 18th. His second name should be Rennett. He was born 12 Feb and baptized 
15 March 1831 at Down-Ampney, Gloucestershire, where his father the Rev. John Rudge Relton, 
M.A. (Queen's College, Oxon), was Curate. His mother was Sophia, dau. of the Rev. James 
Boyer, Rector of Colne Engain, Essex, and was married circa 1814. This youth, previousl}^ a 
chorister, Magdalen College, Oxford (admitted 10 Nov. 1842) ; matriculated at Durham Uni- 
versity Oct. 1847. He was first class in classics in his first and second years' exams. ; Foundation 
Scholar Oct. 1848; and classical prizeman Oct. 1849. 

'' Eldest dau. of John Hays, Esq., Senior Proctor of the Palatinate Consistory Court, by his 
wife Eleanor, elder dau. and coheir of Richard Wetherell, Esq., of Durham ; married 3 March 
1795 at St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham. See her husband's burial 19th May 1845. [MS. Ped. by 
E. A. W.] 



1850 Oct. 23 Sarah Woodifield,i wife of Matthew Woodifield, Esq. ; South 

Bailey, Durham ; 50 ; Edw^' Greatorex, Sacrist. 

1851 Feb. 23 Elizabeth Hall;- North Road, Durham; 71; Edw'i Greatorex, 

AprilU Mary Ann Johnson;-^ Aykleyheads ; 73; J. Cart>vright, Minor 

June 28 Caroline Bowlby ; ' Bailey, Durham ; 56 ; EdW^ Greatorex, 

June 28 Augusta Elder,^ infant dau. of the Eev-i Edward Elder ; BeUasis, 

Durham ; infant ; Edw'' Greatorex, Sacrist. 
Aug. 18 Michael Pearson ;« Hallgarth St., parish of S' Oswald, Durham; 

74 ; Edward Sneyd, Vicar of S' Oswald. 
July 6 Charlotte Davison ;7 South Bailey; infant; Edw'^ Greatorex, 

Auo-. 29 Alice Maude Robson;^ North Road; li; Edw*! Greatorex, 


1 Married at the British Legation, Naples, as Miss Sarah Pitch, 8 Oct. 1835 (Durham News- 
papers). See the burial of her husband, to whom she was second wife, 6 April 1857. 

2 Formerly Elizabeth Wond, of Kimblesworth, co. Pal. Married at Chester-le-Street, 22 Aug. 
1802, to John Hall, whose burial .^ee 13 May 1841. 

3 Widow of Francis Johnson, Esq., of Aykleyheads. Her name was not Ann, and she was 

married as Mary only. 

■" Secte Caroline-Sophia. Widow of George Henry Eowlby, Esq., and dau. and coheiress of 
Henry Salvin, of Castle Eden, co. Pal., Esq. (see Surtees, vol. iv., p. 2). Married at Alston, 
Cumberland, 29 June 1844. Died 24 June 1851 and was buried by her husband (see his burial 
21 Oct. 1847). [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

3 Died 26th. See her father's burial 14 April 1858. BeUasis is the name of the fields on 
which the new grammar school was buUt. The present Head Master's house, though uow enlarged 
by a wing and second storey, was already there. The situation of Durham School is perfect ; it 
is beautifully placed in a bracing part, conveniently near and yet at a discreet distance from the 
City, close to the river, and but a few minutes' walk from the Cathedral, its Alma Mater, for the 
Dean and Chapter are Governors. 

6 Died 14th. Formerly butler at the Castle (University College), and previously butler to 

Dr. Burgess the Prebendary, Bishop of Salisbury. He was perhaps unconnected with ihe other 

numerous Pearsons buried here. See, however, his son's burial 12 April 1845. The officiating 

Minister, the Rev. Edward Sneyd, M.A.— who it may be presumed owed his appointment partly 

to his being nephew by marriage to Dr. J. S. Ogle (see Miss Ogle's burial 26 Feb. 1825)— was son 

of Rev. William Sneyd (nephew of Nathaniel Sneyd, Esq., M.P., Lord-Lieutenant of co. Cavan, 

who was assas-sinated in 1833, and son of Edward Sneyd, Esq., of Dublin, who was son of Archdeacon 

Wettenhall Sneyd, of Kilmore and Ardagh, by his wife Barbara, dau. of Dr. Marsh, Bishop of 

Limerick and Kilmore, by his wife Mary, dau. and coheir of the eminent Bishop Jeremy Taylor), 

a descendant of the Sneyds of Keele, co. Stafford, and his wife Maria (died 5 Nov. 1863, set. 90), 

dau. of Sir Ralph Fetherston, of Ardagh, first Bart. Mr. Sneyd was presented to the Vicarage 

of St. Oswald's 20 July 1848, resigning it in 1862. He was previously Perpetual Curate of 

Wokey, Somersetshire, and of Cowes, I.W. ; Chaplain to Lord Radnor ; and Rector of Witton 

Gilbert.' He died 3 Aug. 1806, set. 71, and was buried at Elvet Hill Cemetery (registered at 

St. Mary-the-Less) with his mother. Mr. Sneyd will be long remembered in Durham for his 

moderate but Low-Church views, and his dignified person and manners. 

7 Charlotte is an error for Caroline. She was baptized 2 Feb. 1851 at St. Mary's. See her 
father's burial 17 Dec. 1868. 

» Died 26th. Born 26 Oct. 1849 and baptized 11 March 1850 at Crossgate, but entered in 
Register (the baptism being private, doubtless) 3 April. See her father's burial 23 Dec. 1865. 


1851 Sep. 121 William Jones ;i Divinity House, Palace Greeu, Durham; 63; 

Edw^ Grreatorex, Sacrist. 
Oct. 24 Annie Sarah Rowlanclson ; - College ; 10 ; Bolton Simpson, off"=' 

Nov. 11 Kate Marion Rowlamlson ;-^ College ; 7 ; Edw'' Greatorex, Sacrist. 
Dec. 30 Edward Parley Elder ; ^ Bellasis, Durham ; 2f; Edw"! Greatorex, 


1852 May 18 George Griffith ; ' North Bailey ; 47; Edw-^ Greatorex, Sacrist. 
Dec. 20 Frances Harriett Robinson; '^ Sniperley, Durham; Geo. Townsend. 

1853 May 25 Anne Jane Chaytor ;" South Bailey ; 55 ; Edw^i Greatorex, Sacrist. 
July 26 Elizabeth Bowlby;^ Bailey, Durham; 66; Edw^i Greatorex, 

Dec. 2 Sophia Elizabeth Feilding;^ North Bailey, Durham; 65; Edw^i 

Greatorex, Sacrist. 
Dec. 31 Elizabeth Margaret Anne Holden.i" ^^ife of the Eev'^ Henry 

Holden, Head Master of the Durham Grammar School; 

Bellasis, Durham ; 27 ; Edw'^ Greatorex, Sacrist. 

1854 May 15 George Murray ,^i student of the University of Durham ; Bishop 

Cosin's Hall, Durham; 20; Edw"^ Greatorex, Sacrist. 

1 Died 20th. Was formerly butler to Dr. Gray, of Bristol, and during the Reform 
Bill riots there was of much service to his Master. His son is Mr. Thomas Jones, of Queen 
Street, Official to the Archdeacons of Durham, etc., and a Proctor. 

2 Died 21st. Born 27 Sep. and baptized 1 Dec. 1842 at St. Mary's. See her brother's burial 

19 May 1845. 

3 Died 14th. Born 4 Jan. and baptized 1 Feb. 1844 at St. Mary's. See her brother's burial 

19 May 1845. 

■» Died 20th. See the father's burial 14 April 1858. 

5 Born 17 Jan. and baptized 13 Feb. 1805. Son of John Grifiith by his wife Mary Hays. 
See their burials 19 May 1845 and 21 Oct. 1850. He was an Attorney of Durham, and died 
unmarried 18 May 1852. [MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 

•5 Died 7th. She was last surviving of ten children and youngest dau. of Sir William Penny- 
man, of Ormesby, in Cleveland, Yorkshire, sixth Bart., M.P., by Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Henry 
Grey, of Howick, Northumberland, first Bart. The Pennyman Baronetcy is now extinct. She 
married firstly, at Walton Abbey, 29 Nov. 1808, Charles-John Berkeley, Esq., M.D., of Beverley, 
Yorks; and secondly, 26 Aug. 1820, at Bishopwearmouth, John-Christopher- Wall Robinson (who 
died by a fall from his horse 6 April 1823), of Sniperley, near Durham, Esq. See burial of her 
adopted daughter's husband (through whom she acquired burial in the Cathedral yard) 17 Dec. 
1868. She died issueless, aged 76. 

7 Died 18th. Born 4 Dec. 1797. She was the eldest dau. of Lieut. -Colonel Henry Chaytor, 
Grenadier Guards. See other burials of her family in Index. She was perhaps the last lady in 
Durham of her class who assumed " brevet-rank," desiring to be addressed as " Mrs." 

8 Dau. of the Rev. Thomas Bowlby by his wife Eleanora-Elizabeth, dau. of Anthony Salvin, 
Esq. Born 22 Sep. 1787 ; baptized 25 Jan. 1788 at Houghton ; died unmarried 23 July 1853. 
See her parents' burials 2 Feb. 1835 and 20 Aug. 1842. [MS. Fed. by E. A. W.] 

9 Dau. of Cliarles Israel Feilding, of High Holborn, silk mercer, in 1778. She lived at 
Durham with her sister Charlotte-Anne, who kept a ladies' school in Ncav Elvet. [MS. Fed. by 

E. A. W.] 

1" She was born 5 Jan. and baptized 10 Aug. 1826 at Woodleigh, co. Devon, and was eldest 
dau. of the Rev. Richard Edmonds, of Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A., Rector of Woodleigh, by 
his wife Elizabeth Nicholls, dau. of Robert Fell, Esq., of Tiverton, Devon, to whom she was 
married at Tormohun, same co., 27 Aug. 1824. 

" Drowned 11 May, while boating. He was second son of John Dalrymple Murray, Esq., of 


1854 Nov. 23 Mary Bowlby;i North Bailey, Durham; 57; Edw'i Greatorex, 


1855 Jan. 17 John Ealph Fenwick,^ Esq., M.D. ; North Bailey, Durham ; 94 ; 

Edw'' Greatorex, Sacrist. 

1856 Mar. 16 Editha Maude Greatorex,^ third dau. of the Eev'^ Edward 

Greatorex, Sacrist of Durham ; The Grove, Durham ; infaut ; 
Jolm B. Dykes, officiating Mhiister. 
Dec. 9 Thomas Dickons ;t Claypath, Durham; 34; Edw-i Greatorex, 

1857 Mar. 4 Elizabeth Procter;^ Gilesgate, Durham; 54; Edw'^ Greatorex, 

April 6 Mary Dickons ;'' Claypath, Durham; 72 ; Edw'^ Greatorex, Sacrist. 
April 6 Matthew Woodifield,^ Esquire; South Bailey, Durham; 54; 

Edw'' Greatorex, Sacrist. 
July 3 Thomas Marsden,^ Esquire ; South Bailey, Durham ; 66 ; Edw'^ 

Greatorex, Sacrist. 
July 15 Granville Baker ;'J College; 19; The Reverend Edward Sneyd, 

officiating Minister. 

Murray thwaite, Ecclefechau, Dumfries-shire, by his second wife Anne Elizabeth, eldest dau. of 
the Rev. Henry Askew, of Redheugh, co. Pal., Rector of Greystock, Cumberland. He was boru 
15 Oct. 1833, according to the " Landed Gentry." 

1 Dau. of the Rev. Thomas Bowlby by his wife Eleanora Elizabeth, dau. of Anthony Salvin, 
Esq. Born 1 Dec. 1796 and baptized 21 Jan. 1797 at Houghton ; died unmarried 20 Nov. 1854. 
See her parents' burials 2 Feb. 1835 and 20 Aug. 1842. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

2 Died 11th, s.p. He was born 14 Nov. 1761, and was second son of John Fenwick, Esq., 
M.D., of Morpeth, by Mary, youngest dau. of John Thornton, Esq., of Netherwitton, Northum- 
berland. He was D.L. and J. P., co. Durham, and was gazetted Lieut.-Colonel of the Durham 
Volunteers 18 Oct. 1803. He lived in the house, North Bailey, now the residence of the 
Misses Fawcett. See his wife's burial 19 June 1838 and the " Landed Gentry "— " Fenwick of 

^ Died 14th, aged one day, " a chrisom child." Her baptism, 14th, is entered in Crossgate 
Register. See her sister's baptism 6 Jan. 1853. 

■* Died 5th. Born 17 Nov. 1822 and probably baptized at St. Nicholas ; the eldest child of 
his parents. See his father's burial 26 Dec. 1862. 

5 Died 28 Feb. Dau. of Alderman John Wolfe (whose burial see 30 May 1832) by his second 
wife. She married at St. Oswald's, 26 Feb. 1825, Robert Procter, of Newcastle, general merchant. 

*^ Died 3rd. Born 21 Sep. 1784 (probably at Brandon, co. Pal.) ; third dau. of Ralph Jackson 
and Sarah Robson, who were married 19 May 1777. She married 20 Sep. 1821, at Crossgate, 
Thomas Dickons, builder. The newspaper describes her as " of Framwellgate." See burial of her 
husband 26 Dec. 1862 and of George Jackson 30 Aug. 1842. 

7 Died 29 March. See his baptism 1 July 1802 and the burials of his wives 2 Feb. 1831 and 
23 Oct. 1850. 

8 Of Durham, Proctor; born 5 Feb. and baptized 21 March 1791. He married 29 Aug. 1825 
Dorothy, elder dau. of John Thomas Christoi^her, gent., of Norton. See their son's burial 
12 March 1835 and a dau. 26 April 1838. 

8 Died 12th. Born 17 May 1838 and baptized at Nuneham Courtenay, Oxon. He was the 
third surviving son of the Rev. James Baker, M.A., of New College, O.xford, Chancellor of the 
Diocese of Durham, Rector of St. Mary-the-Less, and afterwards Rector of Nuneham Courtenay, 
by his second wife Sarah Janetta, youngest dau. of the Rev. Frederick Ekins, Rector of Morpeth 
and J.P. Northumberland (son of Dr. Jeffery Ekins, Deau of Carlisle), by Anne, eldest dau. of 
Phihp Baker, Esq., Deputy-Secretary of War, and Anne his wife, dau. of Dr. Dawson, Canon of 


1857 Nov. 28 The Rev"^ G-eorge Townsend,! D.D., Canon of Durham; College; 

69; Ihe A^ery Eev'' Greorge Waddingtou, D.D., Dean of 

1858 Jan. 28 George Lionel Andrew Dykes ; ^ South Bailey ; 3 months ; Edw^^ 

Greatorex, Sacrist. 
April 14 The Rev'' Edward Elder,'^ D.D., Head Master of Charterhouse 

School, London, and formerly Head Master of the Durham 

Grammar School ; Charterhouse, London ; 45 ; Edw'^ Greatorex, 

April 15 Martha Bell ; "^ College, Durham; 67; The Reverend John B. 

Dykes, officiating Minister. 

Windsor. Chancellor Baker died 6 Sep. 1854 and was buried at Nuneliam Courtenay. His 
arms, Argent, a tower between three keys erect sable, are in the Town Hall, Durham. 

' Died 23rd. Born at Ramsgate 12 Sep. 1788. He was the eldest son of the Rev. George 
Townsend (his portrait penes liis grandson Rev. George Fyler Townsend), a well-known Inde- 
pendent Minister at Ramsgate, who was brother to John Townsend, founder of the Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum, Old Kent Road, London, by his wife Susannah Morris (portrait penes G. F. T.). 
He graduated at Trinity College, Cambridge (B.A. 1812, M.A. 181G) ; ordained Deacon and 
Priest by Bishop of Ely 1812 ; Curate of Littleport, Isle of Ely, 1813-14, and of Hackney, 
Middlesex, 181-l-lo ; Professor at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, with the Curacy of 
Farnborough, 1817; Domestic Chaplain to Bishop Barrington 1822; installed in the tenth 
Prebend of Durham 1825; Vicar of Northallerton 1826, resigning 1839, when he took the 
Perpetual Curacy of Crossgate, Durham. He preached Bishop Van Mildert's funeral sermon. 
See his first wife's burial 10 Dec. 1835. He married secondly, 19 Dec. 1839, at St. George, 
Hanover Square, Charlotte Charlton, eldest dau. of J. Hollingbery, Esq., of Lamberhurst, Sussex, 
and grand-dau. of Thomas Hollingbery, D.D., Prebendary of St. Paul's, who was living s.p. 1877. 
By his first wife Dr. Townsend (he was D.D. of Durham University) had i.ssue : 1, (Rev.) George 
Fyler Townsend (see the baptism of his son 1 Jan. 1849) ; 2, (Rev.) James Frederick Townsend 
(whose burial see 19 Nov. 1844) ; 3, Mary Susan, born 25 Sep. 1816, and married 12 Feb. 
1840, at St. Mary's, Durham, George Albemarle Cator, Esq., and was living with issue 1877. 
A portrait of the Doctor hangs in the Chapter Library and another in the Castle hall. His 
arms. Argent, fretty sable, on a cross gules five estoiles or, are in the Town Hall, Durham. 
Perhaps no Prebendary of Durham was ever better known than Dr. Townsend, and his memory- 
is yet green in the Palatinate City. His principal works were : " Armageddon," a poem, 8vo ; 
" Edipus Romanus ;" " The Old and New Testaments," historically and chronologically 
arranged, 4 vols. 8vo ; "Accusations of History against the Church of Rome," 8vo— a 
work written under the supervision of Bishop Barrington, and which gained him his stall ; 
" Life and Defence of Bishop Boiuier," 8vo (anonymously) ; Pamphlets on Churcli Reform and 
Abolition of Pluralities ; two vols, of Sermons; " Ecclesiastical and Civil History, philosophically 
considered," 2 vols. 8vo, 1847 ; " Communion with God " (an enlarged edition of his previous 
arrangement of the Bible) ; " Letter to Samuel Butler, Esq., on the lioman Catholic Relief Bill." 
He printed also " Journal of a Tour in Italy," in which is contained an account of his visit to 
Pius the Ninth. 

2 Born 2 and baptized 30 Nov. 1857 at St. Mary's, Durham. His father was John Bacchus 
Dykes, of St. Catherine's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1847, M.A. 1850. Minor Canon of Durham 
and Precentor until 1862, when he was appointed to the Vicarage of St. Oswald's, Elvet. 
Composer of several Anthems and of many of the Hymns '•' Ancient and Modern ;" Mus. Doc. 
He died at St. Leonard's 22 Jan. 1876 and was buried at St. Oswald's 28 Jan. 1876. [MS. Ped. 
by E. A. "W.] See also " Dictionary of National Biography," xvi., 292. 

» Died 1st. Born 1 Oct. 1812. 

^ Died 12th. She was " empty-housekeeper " to Dr. Phillpotts, Bishop of Exeter and Pre- 
bendary of Durham. 


1858 July 8 William Charles Chaytor,i Esquire, Eegistrar to the Dean and 

Chapter of Durham; South Bailey; 57; The Reverend H. 
Jeukyns, D.D., Cauou of Durham. 
Dec. 9 The Eev. James Raine,^ D.C.L., Librarian to the Dean and 
Chapter of Durham, Reetor of Meldon and S. Mary in the 
South Bailey ; Crook Hall ; 67 ; The Reverend J. B. Dykes, 
officiating Minister. 

1859 Mar. 15 Ann Evett;^ Palace Green, Durham; 57; Edw'^ Greatorex, 

May 24 Anna Elizabeth Johnson ; ^ Aykley Heads; 57; The Reverend 

J. CartttTight, officiating Minister. 
June 23 Alice Jane King ; ^ Grove House, Gilesgate ; infant ; Edw^i 

Greatorex, Sacrist. 
July 20 The Rev'' Henry Douglas,'' M.A., Canon of Durham; College, 

1 Died 1st. He was born 23 Oct. 1800. The second sou of Lieut.-Colonel Henry Chaytor, 
Grenadier Guards, by his wife Jane, dau. of William Marriott, Esq. See the burials of his 
brothers, sisters, aud aunts in Index. 

2 Died 6th ; the eminent antiquary and historian of North Durham. He was born 25 and 
baptized 30 Jan. 1791 at Forcett, North Riding of Yorks, and was second son of James Raine, of 
Ovington, same shire, by his wife Anne, dau. of William Moore. He was Second Master of 
Durham School 1812—27 ; Rector of Meldon, Northumberland, 1822 ; Rector of St. Mary's (in 
the South Bailey) 1828 ; he was also Librarian to the Dean and Chapter for thirty-seven 5-ears, 
and Principal Surrogate of the Consistory Court of the Diacese ; M.A. (Lambeth Degree) and 
D.C.L. of Durham University. He married 28 Jan. 1828, at Denton, co. Durham, Margaret, 
eldest dau. of the Rev. Thomas Peacock, Perpetual Curate of that place, and sister of the Very 
Rev. George Peacock, Dean of Ely, by whom he had a son and three daughters. His widow died 
4 Nov. 1874 and is buried at Elswick Cemetery, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Dr. Raine, says the 
"Gentleman's Magazine" (vol. li., p. 156), was "one of the last survivors of the old race of 
County Historians, whose works were produ(;ed in stately folios, and the founder of one of the 
most successful and useful of our printing clubs, the Surtees Society." Besides his " History of 
North Durham,-' he was Author of " St. Cuthbert, with an Account of the state in which his 
remains were found upon the opening of his Tomli in Durham Cathedral," Durham, 1828, and 
was the Editor for the Surtees Society of fourteen of its volumes. Tiie antiquarian mantle of the 
historian fitly fell on the shoulders of his son the late Rev. Canon James Raine, D.C.L., of York, 
the indefatigable Secretary to aud Editor of many volumes of the Surtees Society. Dr. Raine's 
second dau. Margaret, wife of the late Alfred William Hunt, Esq., A.R.A., the distinguished 
artist, is the Author of several novels. [See also " Dictionary of National Biography," vol. xlvii., 

p. 175.] 

3 Died 11th. Wife of William Evett, butler at the Castle (University College), whose burial 

see 18 Jan. 1864. 

•» Born 26 Nov. 1802 and baptized at Crossgate 22 Jan. 1803. Dau. of Francis Johnson, of 
Aykleyheads, Esq. (by his wife Mary, dau. of the Hon. Richard Hetlieringtou). See the parents' 
burials 28 April 1838 and 11 April 1851. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

' Died 21,st. The father the Rev. Charles William King, M.A., was .'ion of the Rev. William 
Clark King, Hon. Canon of Durham and Vicar of Norham, by his wife Sarah, eldest dau. of John 
Hodgson, Esq., of Elswick House, Northumberland (see " Landed Gentry "— " Hodgson-Hinde," 
and in later editions " Archer-Hinde "). He was Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow ; Principal of the 
Durham Training College for Schoolmistresses, and afterwards one of Her Majesty's Inspectors of 
Schools ; he died 1872. The mother (living 1890) was Mary Anne, third dau. of Canon Douglas, 
whose burial see next entry. 

" Died 15th. He was born 17 April 1793, and was eldest son of the Rev. Robert Douglas 
(previously an officer in the Army), Rector aud Patron of Salwarpe, Worcestershire, aud was 


Durham; m-, The Very Rev'' George Waddiugton, D.D., 

Deau of Durham. 
18G0 May 7 Elizabeth Cartwright ; ^ Okl Elvet, Durham ; 86 ; The Reverend 

Edward Sneyd, officiating Miuister. 
May 26 Ann Clues;- College, Durham; 50; Edw"^ G-reatorex, Sacrist. 
Dec. 25 Elizabeth Ann Robson;^ North Road; 22; Edw'i Greatorex, 

1861 Feb. 19 Margaret Pearson Davison ; ^ Church Street, Durham ; 66 ; The 

Reverend Edward Sneyd, Vicar of S. Oswald's. 
Mar. 2 Henry Bradley,^ student at the University; Bishop Cosin's Hall ; 

20 ; Edw'i Greatorex, Sacrist. 
Jinie 1 Frances Bell, cook and housekeeper; University College; 67; 

Edw<^ Greatorex, Sacrist. 
July 25 Annie Martha Chaytor;'"' South Bailey, Durham; 51; The 

Reverend J. B. Dykes, Precentor of Durham. 
Aug. 20 Elizabeth Tyler; 7 Old Elvet, Durham; 86; Edw^' Greatorex, 


brother of the late Robert Archibald Douglas-Gresley, Esq., of Salwarpeand High Park, same co. 
(see " Landed Gentry " — "Douglas-Gresley "), and grandson of Lieut -General Archibald Douglas, 
Colonel of the 13th Dragoons, and M P. for the Dumfries Bnrghs 1771, who was father of Mrs. 
Van Mildert (see her burial 28 Dec. 1837). Mr. Douglas was sometime Rector of Salwarpe and 
Prebendary of Durham. He married in 1823 Eleanor, who died 24 April 1879, dau. of the Rev. 
Thomas Birt, Vicar of Newland, Gloucestershire, nnd had issue seveuteen children, of whom the 
eldest dau., who died 1887, was wife of Dr. William Walsham-How, first Bishop of "Wakefield. 
See the burial of a grandchild, preceding entry. 

1 Died 2nd. She was the only child of James Tinkler, merchant of London, by his wife Mary 
Atkinson (died, aged 97, and buried at Norton, co. Pal), sister of Thomas Atkinson, of Mold 
Green and Bradley Mills, Huddersfield, and was granddau. of John Tinkler, of Kirk-Oswald, 
Cumberland, gent., and his wife Barbara, third dau. of the Rev. George Lowthian, of Staffold, 
Cumberland, and sister and coheiress in her descendants of Richard Lowthian, of Staffold, Esq., 
who died, aged 90, 1 May 178'!, s.p., at Dumfries. She married, about 1801, John Cartwright, of 
Nortou, Esq., D.L. and J.P. co. Durham, who was a native of Halifax, and died at Bath 5 March 
1854 and was buried 10th in the Abbey Cemetery there. The issue and only surviving child of 
this marriage was the late Rev. John Cartwright. He was born at Halifax 20 June 1804; of 
Christ's College, Cambridge (B.A. 1827 ; M.A. 1830) ; Precentor and Minor Canon of Durham 
1834 ; Perpetual Curate of Ferryhill 1843-4; Rector of Witton-Gilbert 1849 -1851. He was the 
author of several translations from Greek and German authors. He died unmarried, having 
given up his Minor Canonry some years before, 15 Dec. 1879, and was buried 19th at Elvet Hill 
Cemetery, being registered at St. Mary-the-Less. 

- Died 24th. " Empty-housekeeper " to the Bishop of Exeter, Dr. Phillpotts. 

3 Died 18th. She was born 30 April 1838. See her father's burial 23 Dec. 1865. 

■» Wife of the Rev. Edward Davison, Vicar of St. Nicholas and Rector of Harlington, Middle- 
sex (who died 22 May 1863) ; lived in Church Street, Durham. She was the dau. of Alderman 
John Wolfe, of Durham, by his wife Elizabeth, who was the widows of Richard Buttler, of Sunder- 
land. Mrs. Davison was married at St. Oswald's 11 May 1824. She died 14 Feb. 1861 and was 
buried next her father and grandfather Pearson and Mr. Buttler. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

' Died 27 Feb. Only son of Henry Bradley, of Blackheath, Kent. 

" Died 20th. She was the only dau. of Thomas Greatorex, Esq., F.R.S., Organist of W^est- 
minster Abbey (the burial of whose widow see 30 July 1868). She married, 8 Sep. 1836, 
Colonel John Chaytor, R.E., whose burial see 12 Feb. 1862. 

<■ Died 10th. Born 14 Nov. 1774, being the dau. of William Bates, of that parish, by his 
wife Elizabeth Bullock, whom he married at Marylebone 23 April 1767. See her husband's burial 
14 July 1849 and her son's 27 Jan. 1871. 


1862 Feb. 12 John Cliaytor,^ Coloiiel Eoyal Engineers ; South Bailey, Durham ; 

(50; The Eevereiid J. B. Dykes, Precentor of Durham. 
Api'il 8 Tlic Kev'' Jolni Echvards," M.zV., Canon of Durham, & Professor 

of Greek in tlie University of Durham ; College, Durham ; 73 ; 

The Very Eev'' George Waddington, D.D., Dean of Durham. 
Dec. 26 Thomas Dickons ;■' Claypath ; 70 y'^; J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 

1863 Nov. 24 Eosamond Evans ; The College ; 35 y''^ ; George Bland, 

Archdeacon of Northumberland. 
Nov. 28 The Eev'^ Henry Joseph Maltby,^ Canon of Durham; The 

College; 51 y''^; George Waddington, Dean of Durham. 
1861 Jan. 18 William Evett;'^ The Old Gram. School; 5-1 y'«; J. Conran 

Lowe, Sacrist. 
April 7 Elizabeth Darnell ;6 The Eectory, Stanhope; 76 y''^ The Ven. 

Archdeacon Bland. 
May 19 David Elintoff;^ Banks Cottage; 71 y''^ ; The Ven. Archdeacon 


1 Died 8tli. He was born 28 Jan. 1802, the third son of Lieut. -Colonel Henry Chaytor, 
1st foot Guards, by his wife Jane, dan. of William Marriott, Esq. His sons are the repre- 
sentatives of the Chaytors " of Butterby." He died very suddenly of heart disease. See his 
wife's burial 25 July 1861. 

2 Died 1st. He was bora 14 Nov. 1789 and baptized at Huntingdon, being the son of the 
Eev. Edward Edwards, of that place, by his wife Sarah, daii. of Colonel Freeman, of Apsley, Bed- 
fordshire. He graduated, B.A. 1812, M.A. 1815, at St. John's College, Cambridge, moving to Jesus 
College, and was for sometime Head Master of Bury St. Edmunds Grammar School ; Canon of 
Durham, and Professor of Greek in that University 1841. He married at Huntingdon Church, 
9 July 1816, Louisa (who died 13 April 18.31 and is buried at Bury St. Edmunds), dau. of Robert 
Cooch, Esq., of Huntingdon, by his wife Ann, dau. of Samuel Wells, of Biggleswade, Beds. See 
his granddaughter's baptism 20 Oct. 185&. 

"* Died 23rd. Native of Sedgefield. He signed the Marriage Register at Crossgate " Dickins," 
and was described " of Brancepeth." See his wife's burial 6 April 1857 ; his daughter's 2 June 
1848 ; and his sons' 9 Dec. 1856 and 21 May 1875. 

■* Died 24th. He was born at Buckden (of which his father was theu Vicar), Hunts, 2 July 
1814, and was the fifth and youngest son of Dr. Edward Maltby, Bishop of Durham 1836—1856, 

by his first wife Mary, dau. of Hervey, Esq., of Norwich (who died at Buckden 2 May 

1825); ofCaius College, Cambridge (B.A. 1835; M.A. 1838) ; Vicar of Eglingham, Northum- 
berland, Rector of Egglescliffe, co. Pal., and Canon of Durham. He married first, 13 Feb. 
1840, at Long Horsley, Nortlnunberland, Julia Kutherina (she died 27 April 1843 and is buried 
at Long Horsley), third dau. of Charles-William Bigge, of Linden, Northumberland, Esq., D.L., 
.[.P., by whom he had issue ; and secondly, 13 June 1847, at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, Elizabeth 
Mary, eldest dau. of Lieut.-Geueral Sir Thomas Bradford, G.C.B., G.C.H., by his first wife Mary 
Anne, on\j dau. of James Atkinson, Esq., of Newcastle, and widow of Lieut.-Colonel Philip 
Ainslie, 4tli Dragoons. See his sons' burials 20 June 1864 and 24 Aug. 1866. His father, who 
was the first Bishop after the Palatinate powers were transferred to the Crown, resigned the 
Bishopric in 1856 ; died in London 3 July 1859, and was buried at Kensal Green. He was 
previously Bishop of Chichester. He had a grant of arms, viz. : Argent, on a bend gules, between 
a lion rampiuit in chief azure and a Maltese cross in base of the second, three garbs or. Crest : 
A garb, charged with a Maltese cross between two laurel branches. 

5 Died 14tli ; butler at the Castle. See his wife's burial 15 March 1859. 

" Wife of the Rev. William Nicholas Darnell, whose burial see 24 June following — dau. of the 
Rev. William Bowe, M.A., of Scorton, co. York— married 15 June 1815. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

7 Died 16th ; woodman and choir porter for forty-five years to the Dean and Chapter, and 
formerly steward to Dr. Townseud at Northallerton, where he was i)r()l)ably baptized. He was 


1864 June 20 Ealph Howard Maltby;i The College; 9 y'"«; Julius Conrau 

Lowe, Sacrist. 
Dec. 17 Sarah Eowlaudson ; - Gilesgate ; 86 y^^ ; Julius Conran Lowe, 

1865 June 24 Eev. William Nicholas Darnell -j^ Stanhope ; 89 y^'^ ; The Venerable 

Archdeacon Bland. 
Aug. 23 Vere Holden ; Bellasis ; infant ; Edward Greatorex, off. Min''. 

Dec. 3 Charles Thorp G-reatorex;^ The Grove; infant; J. C. Lowe, 

Dec. 18 Christopher Hardinge Fenwick;^ South St., Durham; 12 y'^; 

Edward Greatorex, off. Min''. [Cemetery.] 
18GG Mar. 20 William Nixon;'' The Grammar School (a native of Windsor) ; 

17 y^ ; J. C. Lowe, Sacrist ; Died March 18. [Cemetery.] 
Aug. 24 Henry Charles Bradford Maltby;^ The CoUege; 17 y^^ J. C. 

Lowe, Sacrist. 
Dec. 23 Jolm Eobson;^ Neville House; 52 years; J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 

tliird son of Thomas Flintoff, of Romanby, near Northallerton, and grandson of David Flintoff, 
of Holdstead Hall, near Northallerton, gent. He had by his wife Beatrice (whose burial see 
30 Jan. 1871), besides the daughters buried 28 Oct. 1842 and 19 Oct. 1867, Jane, born 21 March 
1816, married, living' with issue 1877 ; Thomas, born 28 Aug. 1817, ob. infant ; Marianne (from 
whom this information), born 14 Jan. 1821 (whose burial see 2 Dec. 1878) ; James, born 
22 July 1824, ob. infant — all probably baptized at Northallerton. Little did the Editor think, as 
a boy at Durham School, when he and his fellow scholars were teasing " old Davy," that it would 
be his lot one day to write this ! 

1 Died 16th. Third and youngest son, by his second wife, of Canon Maltby, whose burial see 
28 Nov. 1863. 

2 Died 14th. Mother of Mr. Samuel Rowlandsou, agent to the Dean and Chapter. See her 
grandson's burial 19 May 1845. 

3 Baptized 16 April 1776 at All Saints, Newcastle ; of Christ Church, Oxon (B.A. 1796, M.A. 
1800) ; Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham (June 1809) ; Vicar of Stockton-on-Tees ; Prebendary 
of Durham Jan. 1816 ; Rector of Stanhope, succeeding Bishop Phillpotts. When Dr. Phillpotts, 
then Rector of Stanhope (the richest living the Bishop of Durham possessed, which is now vested 
in the Bishop of Ripou), was offered the Bishopric of Exeter, of so much smaller value than his 
own preferment, he exchanged his Rectory with Mr. Darnell for that gentleman's Prebend. 
[MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

* See his baptism 15 May 1864 and his sister's 6 Jan. 1853. 

' His headstone records that he died same day. He was a pupil of the Rev. Julius Conran 
Lowe, M.A., Minor Canon and Sacrist, in whose house he died. He was eldest child of Thomas 
Penwick, Esq. (now Fen wick- Clennell, of Harbottle Castle, Northumberland), by his wife Frances, 
eldest dau. of Frederick Hardinge, Esq., of Coatham Mundeville, co. Pal., younger brother of the 
first Viscount Hardinge. 

^ Eecte "William Yates Nixon ; died 13th. He was born 17 March and baptized 2 May 1849 
at St. John's, New Windsor, Berkshire, and was seventh son of Thomas Nixon, of that place, by 
his marriage at St. John's aforesaid, 2 May 1829, with Mary Ann, dau. of William Collisou, of 
Leicester. He was a King's Scholar of Durham School. 

7 Died 19th. The eldest son, by his second wife, of Canon Maltby (whose burial see 28 Nov. 
1868). He was born 9 April 1849 and baptized at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge. 

* Died 19th. He was the eldest son and second child of Thomas Robson by his wife Ann 
Stokeld (married 1812), and was baptized privately 16 Sep. 1814, and afterwards at St. Nicholas 
9 July 1815. He married at Witton Gilbert, 20 June 1837, Frances (living 1877), fifth dau. and 



1866 Dec. 25 Jane Boud;i The Deanery; 32 y"; J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 


1867 Jan. 27 Thomas Kaye,^ lay clerk; Sadler St.; 52 years; J. C. Lowe, 

Sacrist. [Cemetery.'] 
Oct. 19 Elizabeth Plintoff ;» Halgarth St. ; 34 years ; J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 
Dec. 27 Agnes Harrison Johnson ;^ Aykleyheads; 56 y"; Eev. Canon 


1868 Feb. 14 Alice Pedder ; ^ The College ; 7 m^'^ ; J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 
July 30 Elizabeth Greatorex;« The Grove; 87 y"; J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 
Dec. 17 Joseph Davison; 7 Greencroft, Lanchester ; 60 y" ; The Bishop, 

assisted by Archdeacon Bland. 

1869 June 4 Phillis Hartley ; ^ College Gates ; 54 y" ; Canon Chevallier. 

seventh child of John Hall, currier, whose hurial see 13 May 1841. He was proprietor of the 
Durham flour mills, and elder brother of the late Robert Naisbitt Robson, Esq., M.R.C.S. and 
J.P. for the City, who died 1888. See his daughters' burials 29 Aug. 1851 and 25 Dec. 1860. 

' Died 21st. She was cook and housekeeper to Dean Waddiugton. 

^ Died 23rd. He was nineteen years a Lay Clerk of the Cathedral. 

•* Died 15th. Born (according to family information supplied) 12 July 1825 at Northallerton, 
and her age, therefore, must be wrongly stated here. See her father's burial 19 May 1864. 

■• Wife of Francis-Dixon Johnson, of Aykleyheads, Esq., whose burial see 22 Nov. 1893. She 
was the dau. of John Greenwood, of Polefield, co. Lancaster, Esq., by his wife Agnes Harrison, of 
Poulton on the Fylde ; born 30 Aug. 1811 ; married at Prestwicli 18 Jan. 1838 ; died 22 Dec. 
1867. Arms : Sable, a chevron between three saltires argent. There is an oil portrait of her with 
her younger dau. at Aykleyheads. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

* Died 11 Feb. Dau. of Rev. John Pedder by his wife Harriet, eldest dau. of the Rev. Henry 
Jenkyns, D.D., Canon of Durham and Professor of Divinity in the University, and of Botley Hill, 
Southants. She was born 23 June 1867. 

" Died 26th at the residence of her son the Rev. Edward Greatorex, Minor Canon. She was 
married to Thomas Greatorex, Esq., F.R.S. This gentleman, the only son of Anthony Greatorex, 
of Derbyshire, by his wife Miss Bingley, and grandson of Daniel Greatorex, was born at Wing- 
field, near Chesterfield, 5 Oct. 1758 ; he was Organist of Westminster Abbey from 1819, and 
Conductor of the King's Concerts for Ancient Music for thirty-nine years. Not more distin- 
guished for his great musical talents than for his refined manners and knowledge of mathematics, 
astronomy, and even military science. As an archer, almost the first bowsman in England ; as an 
artist, chemist, and botanist, equally distinguished. In short, " he was one of those gifted beings 
who appear to have the power of excelling in whatever they undertake." As such he was accept- 
able to the highest society, and received in the warmest friendship, not only by the Earl of 
Sandwich, the celebrated Lord Chesterfield, the " old " Pretender, and a host of other well-known 
men of genius, but by George the Third and his Queen, as also George the Fourth. He died at 
Hampton, Middlesex, 18 July 1831 and was buried 25 July in the west cloister of Westminster 
Abbey. See his grand-daughter's baptism 6 Jan. 1853 and others in Index. [See " Dictionary 
of National Biography," xviii., p. 33, and " Westminster Abbey Registers," Harleian Society's 
Publications, vol. x., p. 504.] 

7 Died 13th. He was son of Thomas Davison, agent to Bishop Barrington (who left him 
£100), of Sedgefield, Croft, and Durham City (he died 1862), by his wife (died 1862) Miss 
Barker, of Sedgefield, who brought her husband the Diamond Hall property at that place. He 
was Registrar to the Bishop of Durham and Registrar of the Probate Court, Durham, and 
latterly was resident at Greencroft Park, Lanchester. He married at Witton Gilbert, 1 June 
1842, Anne-Caroline Robinson, natural and adopted dau. of J. C. W. Robinson, Esq., of Suiperley, 
and heiress of his wife, whose burial see 20 Dec. 1852. Mrs. Davison died at Brighton 13 and 
was buried at Durham Cathedral 18 Sep. 1879, aged 70. 

8 Died 1st. She was born 10 May 1815 at Breadsall, Derbyshire, and was dau. of John 


1869 July 24 The Very Eev^ George Waddington,i D.D., Dean of Durham ; 

The Deanery ; 75 y" ; The Bishop, assisted by Canon Chevallier, 

1870 Jan. 18 Thomas Griffith r The Bailey, Durham; 74 y"; J. C. Lowe, 

May 16 Arthur Thomas Fabian Evans ; ^ College; 8y"; The Very Eev'' 
W. C. Lake, Dean of Durham. 

1871 Jan. 27 Edwin Tyler ;^ Old Elvet; 62 y"; J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 

Jan. 30 Beatrice ElintofE ; ^ North Eoad ; 82 y" ; J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 

1872 Jan. 10 Elleanor Griffith -^ North Bailey ; 65 y" ; J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 
Jan. 16 Elizabeth Bowlby ;' Old Elvet; 78 y'"^ ; J. C. Lowe, Sacrist. 

1873 May 14 Frances Griffith ;« North Bailey; 72 j^^; W. H. Kobertson, 


Rowland, of that place, where she was married 22 Sep. 1840. See her husband's burial 25 April 

^ Died 20th. He was born 7 Sep. 1793 at Tnxford, Notts, the elder son of the Rev. George 
Waddington, M.A. (died 1824), Vicar of that place, by his wife Anne, youTigest dau. of Peter 
Dollond, the well-known optician, of St. Paul's Churchyard (married 13 May 1790), and grandson 
of the Rev. Joshua Waddington, Vicar of Harworth, and of Walkeringhara, Notts, and his wife 
Ann, dau. (but not heiress, although the Dean quartered her arms) of the Rev. Thomas Ferrand, 
of Bingley, Yorks. He graduated (B.A. 1815 ; M.A. 1818) at Trinity College, Cambridge, of 
which he was Fellow; Vicar of Masham, co. York, and, 1840, Dean of Durham. Notwithstand- 
ing the changes made by the Ecclesiastical Commission, the Deanery during Dr. Waddington's 
tenure was of much greater value than at present. The Dean, who refused the Bishopric of 
Manchester, was brother of the Right Hon. Horatio Waddington, for long Permanent Under- 
Secretary of State, Home Department, and M. Waddington, the late French Ambassador, is 
of the same family. The arms his family used (Argent, on a fess sable between three fleurs-de- 
lys azure, a lion passant of the field), and which are in the Durham Town Hall, are wrong. This 
is the coat of Tliwaites (whose heiress married into the Waddington family) differenced by the 
lion, though it was " confirmed " to William Waddington, Esq., uncle of the Dean, in 1769. The 
mistake first arose in 1665 through an error of the Herald Warburton. The right arms of 
Waddington are : Argent, a chevron between three martlets gules (sometimes sable). 

- Of North Bailey, Durham, and Morden, Esq., sometime an Attorney and Under Sherifi", 
eldest son of John Griffith, of Durham, by Mary, dau. of John Hays (see their burials 19 May 
1845 and 21 Oct. 1850). Born 8 and baptized 23 Dec. 1795. Will dated 22 Dec. 1869, proved 
in London 10 Feb. 1870. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

^ Died 12th. Youngest son of the Rev. Thomas Saunders Evans, Canon of Durham, and Pro. 
fessor of Greek in the University. 

* Died 22nd. See his baptism 24 Oct. 1808. He was a Surgeon, and Surgeon to the North 
Durham Militia. He married at St. James's, Paddington, Maria (his cousin), third dau. of John- 
William Burt, of Westbourne Terrace, London (by his wife Phyllis, dau. of William Burt, of 
Marylebone). See his father's burial 14 July 1849, and his mother's 20 Aug. 1861. 

5 Died 26th. She was the third dau. of James Sharpe, of Aycliffe, co. Pal., farmer. See her 
husband's burial 19 May 1864. 

^ Born 10 Nov. and baptized 5 Dec. 1806 ; died unmarried at North Bailey 6 Jan. 1872. 
Third dau. of John Griffith, of Durham, by his wife Mary, dau. of John Hays, Esq. (see their 
burials 19 May 1845 and 21 Oct. 1850). [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

7 Born 10th, baptized privately 20 July 1793 and publicly 26 Sep. 1793 at St. Mary-the-Less. 
Eldest dau. of John Bowlby, Registrar to the Dean and Chapter of Durham, by Sarah, dau. of 
John and Dorothy Elliot. She died unmarried at Old Elvet 13 Feb. 1872. [MS. Ped. by 

E. A. W.] 

8 Born 18 March, baptized 14 April 1801. Tliird sou of John Griffith, of Durham, Esq., by 
his wife Mary, dau. of John Hays, Esq. (see their burials 19 May 1845 and 21 Oct. 1850). Died 


1873 Nov. 4 Da^ad Lambert;^ Saddler St. ; 40 j'^; J. C. Lowe, Miuor Cauou. 


1874 Feb. 4 W"^ James Martin r North 'R'^ ; 55 y''^; W. H. Eobertson, 

Sacrist. [Cemetery.] 

1875 Jan. 12 John Moor^ (for upwards of 37 years Verger of this Cath' 

Church) ; The Palace Green ; 78 ; John B. Dykes, offs Min-". 
May 21 John Ealph Dickons ;* Claypath ; 48 ; Th. Rogers, offic. Min--. 
June 21 Mary Hall ;5 Old Elvet ; 67 ; W. H. Eobertson, Sacrist. 

1876 April 25 William Hartley,^ Dean's Verger for 37 years ; College Gates ; 

70 yf^ ; Edward Prest, The Archdeacon of Durham. 

1878 July 16 Willoughby Waite ;7 College ; 15 weeks ; H. B. Tristram, Canon. 
Nov. 4 James Lambert ; ^ Old Elvet ; 68 years ; The Ven. the Arch- 
deacon of Northumberland. 

Dec. 2 Marianne ElintofE;^ North Road; 57 years ; W. H. Eobertson, 

1879 July 28 Mary White ; North Road ; 65 years ; W. H. Robertson, Sacrist. 
Sep. 18 Ajine Caroline Davison ;i'^ Brighton; 70 years; H. B. Tristram, 


1880 Feb. 20 The Ven''^^ George Bland,ii .Archdeacon of Northumberland and 

Canon of Durham ; The College ; 75 years ; The Bishop, 
assisted by the Dean. 

unmarried at the North Bailey 10 May 1873. Will dated 12 March 1868, proved 7 Aug. 1873 
under £20,000 personalty. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] The Grifhths occup}' a long row of nine 
nameless graves, extending from the Abbey towards the railings arranged in the order they died. 
[A small headstone has lately, 1885, been placed at the father's grave.] 

^ Died 30 Oct. in the Cathedral, during evening service. He was a son of James Lambert, 
also a Lay Clerk, the possessor of a magnificent bass voice, whose burial see 4 Nov. 1878. He 
was formerly in the choir of the Chapel Royal, Windsor. He is buried at Elvet Hill Cemetery. 

^ Died 30 Jan. ; was for thirty-five years a Lay Clerk. He is buried at Elvet Hill Cemetery. 
His children are baptized at Crossgate. 

^ Died 8th. He was born at Kirkharle, Northumberland, 26 June 1796, the eldest of nine 
children of Thomas Moore (who died at Coldwell, aged 81, 23 May 1841), farmer, and many 
years land agent to Sir William Loraine, of Kirkharle, Bart., by his wife Sarah Hedley, who died 
at Coldwell, same co., aged 73, 3 July 1841. By his wife (whose burial see 6 June 1846) he had 
an only dau. Jane Catherine, born 7 Feb. 1841 and baptized at St. Mary's 2 Jan. 1842. 

■* Died I7th. Born 19 Feb. 1827 ; he was younger son of Thomas Dickons, whose burial see 
26 Dec. 1862. He was a retired stationer and bookseller. 

* See her husband's burial 28 April 1835. 

^ Died 22nd. He was born at Knightsbridge, Middlesex, 31 March 1806. 

^ Son of the Rev. Joseph Waite, D.D., Vicar of Norham, Hon. Canon of Newcastle, and his 
wife Rosamond, dau. of Rev. T. S. Evans, Canon of Durhain, and Professor of Greek in the 
University of Durham. 

^ See his son's burial 4 Nov. 1873, and his daughter's 12 Sep. 1888. 

^ Dau. of David FlintofF, woodman and choir porter to the Dean and Chapter. See her 
parents' burials 19 May 1864 and 30 Jan. 1871. 

'° She was a dau. of Mr. Robinson, whose widow's burial is recorded 20 Dec. 1852. She was 
the widow of Joseph Davison, who was buried 17 Dec. 1868. 

^' Son of Michael Bland, Esq., F.R.S., by his wife Sophia, youngest dau. of George Maltby, 
Esq., of Norwich, and sister of the late Bishop Maltby. He was educated at the Grammar School 
of Bury St. Edmunds under Dr. Benjamin Heath Malkin ; graduated at Caius College, Cam- 


1880 June 5 Frederick John Copemau;^ University College, Durham; 40 years; 

The Very Rev. W. C. Lake, Dean of Durham, assisted by 
Canon Evans. Cath. Yard. 
Oct. 21 Rosamond Waite ; " Xorham Vicarage, Northumberland; 10 years; 
H. B. Tristram. Canon. Cath. Yard. 

1881 Feb. 19 Dorothy Marsden;'^ Altrinchara, Cheshire; 83 years; W. H. 

Robertson, Sacrist. Cath. Yard. 
Sep. 7 Thomas White; North Road; 78 years; AY. H. Robertson, 
Sacrist. Cath. Yard. 

1883 Feb. 27 Samuel Rowlandson;* The College; 77 years; W. H. Robertson, 

Sacrist ; Lesson read by Rev. Canon Evans. Cath. Yard. 
Aug. 29 Mary Grrifiith ; ^ North Bailey ; 84 years ; H. B. Tristram, Canon. 
Cath. Yard. 

1884 Sep. 25 Hannah Rowlandson;^ The College; 74 years; Rev. D'' Tristram, 

Canon of Durham, & Rev. W. H. Robertson, Sacrist. Cath. 

1885 Mar. 14 William Darnell;''' S. Leonards on Sea; 68 years; Rev. E. 

G-reatorei, Precentor, & Rev. W. H. Robertson, Sacrist. Cath. 

bridge, B.A. 1828; M.A. 1831 ; ordained in 1829; appointed in 1836 by Bishop Maltby, then 
Bishop of Chichester, to the Rectory of Shnfold in Sussex. When Bishop Maltby was translated 
to Durham in 1844 Mr. Bland was appointed to the newly created Archdeaconry of Lindisfarne, 
and held the living of Eglingham. In 1853 Bishop Maltby transferred him to the Archdeaconry of 
Northumberland, and he was at the same time presented to a Canonry of Durham Cathedral. In 
1856 he became Incumbent of St. Mary-le-Bow in Durham, which was then in the gift of the 
Archdeacon of Northumberland. In Dec. 1862, on the death of Archdeacon Thorpe, he was 
appointed Official of the Officialty of the Dean and Chapter of Durham. He married at Boldon, 
in 1846, Frances Sybel, eldest dau. of the Rev. John Collinson, Rector of that place, and sister to 
Admiral Collinson. He died at his residence in the College on the 17th Feb. 1880. 

^ Second son of James Robert Copeman, of Worcester, Esq. ; matriculated at Christ Church, 
Oxford, 19 Oct. 1859; Servitor 1859; Student 1860—1865; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1865; Classical 
Tutor in the University of Durham 1865 ; Proctor 1873—1875. Died 31 May 1880. 

- See her baptism 13 July 1870. 

^ Widow of Thomas Marsden, of Durham, Proctor, whose burial see 3 July 1857. She was 
the elder dau. of John Thomas Christopher, of Norton, co. Pal., by his wife Dorothy, second dau. 
of Crosier Surtees, of Redworth and Merry Shields, Esq. Married at Gainford 29 Aug. 1825 ; 
died at Newcastle. Arms : Per chevron wavy azure and erminois, a chart of Chesterfield's Inlet 
between two estoiles in chief argent, and on a mount in base vert a beaver passant proper. Mrs. 
Marsden was granddau. of the Navigator, William Christopher. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

■* Appointed Deputy-Treasurer to the Dean and Chapter April 1837 at the death of Mr. John 
Leybourne. The son (by Sarah his wife, whose burial see 17 Dec. 1864) of Christopher 
Rowlandson, of West Shows, near Barnard Castle. He was bom 27 Nov. 1805 ; died 22 Feb. 
1883. See his wife's burial 25 Sep. 1884. 

^ Dau. of John Griffith, of Durham, Esq., by Mary, eldest dau. of John Hays, Esq. ; born 
17 Sep., baptized 12 Oct. 1798 at St. Mary-le-Bow ; died 25 Aug. 1883, unmarried, in the house 
she was born in. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

^ Widow of Samuel Rowlandson, whose burial see 27 Feb. 1883 (formerly Miss Hannah 

' The Rev. William Darnell, son of the ^ev. William Nicholas Darnell, B.D., by his wife 
Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Rev. WilUam Bowe, MA. (see their burials 24 June 1865 and 7 April 
1864). He was born 19 Nov. 1816 at Stockton Vicarage; of Christ Church College, Oxford, 
B.A. 1838 ; M.A. 1843 ; Vicar of Bamborough, Northumberland ; J.P. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 


1885 Aug. 6 William Heiiry Robertson ;i South Street; 45 years; Veu. 
G. H. Hamilton, Archdeacon of Northumberland, & Eev. 
V. K. Cooper & Rev. J. C. Lowe, Minor Canons, & Rev. H. B. 
Tristram, Canon of Durham. Elvet Cemetery. 

1887 Aug. 8 Julius Conran Lower South Bailey ; 65 years; Very Eev. The 

Dean of Durham, Rev. Gr. Body, Canon of Durham, Rev- 
W. M. Smith-Dorrien, Precentor of Durham. Elvet Cemetery. 

1888 April 3 Elizabeth Greatorex;^ Croxdale Rectory; 60 years ; The Yen'"'*' 

The Archdeacon of Durham, The Ven'^"' Archdeacon of North- 
umberland, The Rev. W. M. Smith-Dorrien, Minor Canon of 
Durham. Cath. Yard. 

Sep. 4 John Alder Bedser ; Prebend's Cottage; 72 years; George 
"William Anson Firth, Sacrist. Elvet Cemetery. 

Sep. 12 Ann Beckwith ; * Walker on Tyne ; 45 years; The Yen'^^" The 
Archdeacon of Northumberland & Y. K. Cooper. Elvet 

Oct. 25 Mary Jones ; ■' Queen Street, Durham ; 96 years ; Y. K. Cooper, 
Precentor, G. W. A. Eirth, Sacrist. Cath. Yard. 

1889 Jan. 3 Maria Cooch;« North Bailey; 87 years; Rev. Canon Earrar, 

D.D.,Rev. Canon Evans, Rev. Archdeacon Hamilton, Canon of 
Durham, Rev. G. W. Anson Firth, Sacrist. Cath. Yard. 
May 21 Thomas Saunders Evans,^ D.D., Senior Canon; The College; 
73 years ; H. B. Tristram, Canon. Cath. Yard. 

1890 May 26, died May 24. Kate Tuke ; Crossgate, Durham ; 38 years ; Y. K. 

Cooper, Precentor. Buried in Cemetery, Elvet Hill. 
June 16, died June 14. Edith Mary Tuke ; Crossgate, Durham ; 20 years ; 

Y. K. Cooper, Precentor. Buried in Cemetery. 
Sep. 26 Robert Kirkup Liddle ; 14 years' Dean's Yerger ; Palace Green, 

Durham ; 60 years ; W. C. Lake, Dean. Bow Cemetery. 
1893 Mar. 7 Francis Allan Ker ;^ South Street, Durham ; 34 years ; Rev. H. B. 

> Born at Buxton, Derbyshire, 14 Feb. 1840, son of William Henry Robertson, Esq., M.D., 
F.E.C.P., J.P., of Buxton, by his wife Eliza, dau. of John Slater Gill, of Chesterfield ; of Christ 
Church, Oxen (B.A. 1863 ; M.A. 1866) ; successively Curate of Thorpe Mandeville and Houghton- 
le-Spring ; Minor Canon of Durham Sep. 1806 and Sacrist 20 Nov. 1872, and also Sub-Librarian. 
He married Frances Henrietta, second dau. of the late Francis Jones, M.A., Vicar of Morton 
Pinkney, Northamptonshire. He died at Buxton 2 Aug. 1885. 

- Son of the Rev. Richard Lowe, of Marylebone, Middlesex; of Queen's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 May 1841, B.A. 1845 ; M.A. 1854 ; Sacristan 1854—1872 ; Minor Canon 1854 ; 
Chaplain of the Durham County Prison from 1873 until his death 4 Aug. 1887. 

» Wife of the Rev. Edward Greatorex, Minor Canon and Precentor of the Cathedral, Rector 
of Croxdale, co. Durham. She was the dau. of Charles Thorp, D.D., Archdeacon and Canon of 

■» Dau. of James Lambert, Lay Clerk, who was buried 4 Nov. 1878, and wife of James Sadler 
Beckwith, Vicar of Walker-on-Tyne, whose burial see 23 Jan. 1895. 

* Widow of William Jones, buried 24 Sep. 1851. 

" Sister of Rosamond Evans, buried 24 Nov. 1863. 

7 Professor of Greek in the University of Durham. 

8 Second son of Claud Buchanan Ker, M.D., of Cheltenham ; of New College, Oxford, matri- 
culated 26 Jan. 1878, B.A. 1882 ; M.A. 1886. 


Tristi'am, Canon of Durham, Rev. V. K. CoojJer, Precentor, 

Rev. J. M. Marshall, Head Master. Elvet Hill Cemetery. 
1893 Nov. 22 Francis Dixon Johnson ;i Ayldey Heads; 89 years ; Rev. H. B. 

Tristram, D.D., Canon of Durham, & Rev. Gr. W. Anson Firth, 

Sacrist. Cath. Yard. 
189^ Aug. 30 Henry Bond Bowlby,' Bishop of Coventry ; S* Philip's Rectory, 

Birmingham; 71 years; J. J. S. Worcester. Cath. Yard. 
1895 Jan. 23 James Sadler Beckwith ; '^ "Walker Vicarage, Walker on Tyne ; 

51 years ; Gr. W. Anson Firth, Sacrist. Elvet Hill Cemetery. 
189G April 29 William Henry Grice, Layclerk; John Street, Durham ; 61 years ; 

H. B. Tristi-am, D.D., Canon of Durham Cathedral, & V. K. 

Cooper, M.A., Precentor of Durham Cath. Elvet Hill. 
Dec. 11 xlrthur Ernest Harcourt Armes ;^ 17 North Bailey; 24 years; 

Geo. Body, D.D., Canon of Durham, J. T. Fowler, D.C.L., 

Lecturer in Hebrew. Elvet HiU. 

1 Born 25 Dec. 1803 and baptized at Crossgate 24 July 1806 ; of St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1827 ; Barrister-at-Lavv, of Gray's Inn and afterwards of Lincoln's Inn (called to 
the Bar 1833) ; was a Justice of the Peace and Deputy-Lieutenant for the County of Durham. 
Died 19 Nov. 1893, having married, 18 Jan. 1838, Agnes Harrison, third dau. of John Greenwood, 
of Polefield, co. Lancaster, Esq. See her burial 27 Dec. 1867. [MS. Ped. by E. A. W.] 

^ Son of Major Peter Bowlby by his wife Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Dickens Hazlewood, M.A. 
(see her burial 22 Feb. 1827). Born 23 Aug. 1823, baptized 18 Sep. following at Bishopwear- 
mouth; late Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford ; B.A. 1844; M.A. 1849; Vicar of Oldbury, co. 
"Worcester, 1850 ; Vicar of Dartford 1808 ; Rector of St. Philip's, Birmingham, 1875 ; Hon. 
Canon of Worcester Cathedral ; consecrated Bishop Suffragan of Coventry 1891. He married 
first, at St. Hilda's, South Shields, Catherine, eldest dau. of Thomas Salmon, of South Shields ; 
she died 22 Jan. 1875 and was buried at the cemetery, Dartford, co. Kent. He married secondly, 
at St. Oswald's, Chester, 21 Sep. 1886, Sarah, third dau. of Harry King, Esq., of Windsor, Nova 
Scotia, and widow of Frederic Allison, Esq. He died at Edinburgh 27 Aug. 1894. [MS. Ped. 
by E. A. W.] 

^ Late Scholar of University of Durham ; ordained Deacon 1876 ; Priest 1877 ; Curate of 
Eyhope, co. Durham, 1876—1878 ; of St. Matthew, Newcastle, 1878—1880 ; of Benfieldside, co. 
Durham, 1880-81 ; B.A. 1880 ; M.A. 1883 ; Vicar of Walker 1881 ; married Ann, dau. of James 
Lambert. See her burial 12 Sep. 1888. 

■* Son of Philij) Armes, Mus. Doc, Organist of the Cathedral. 


The names in the Text are in Small Capitals, those in the Notes in ordinary type, and the 
italic letter n indicates that the references are in the Notes. 

Abbs, Saeah 62 

Aboyne, Charles, Earl of 20 

Acton, Eliza 131 

Acton, Thomas 131 

Adair, Caroline 128 

Adair, Lady Caroline 26 

Adair, Elizabeth 26, 128 

Adair, Robert 26,128 

Adams, Dr. Fitz-Adams, Prebendary of 

Durham 18 

Adamson, Anna' 43 

Adamson, Blythman 53 

Adamson, Cuthbert 53 

Adamson, Doeotheam H 

Adamson, Doeothy 53 

Adamson, Rev. Edward Hussey 58 

Adamson, Eliz 53, 70 

Adamson, Elizabeth 53 

Adamson, Isabel 60 

Adamson, Isabellam 


Adamson, Jane 53 

Adamson, Johan'es 44 

Adamson, Maeiam 40 

Adamson, Ralph 53 

Adamson, Randulphus 40 

Adamson, Ro 104 

Adamson, Rev. Ro 103 

Adamson, Robeet 53 

Adamson, Rev. Robeeti 14 

Adamson, Samuel , 101: ». 14 

Adamson, Samtjell 14 

Adamson, Thomasin 103 

Adamson, William 60 

Adamson, Lieut.-Col. William 58 

Adamson, William Blythman 53 

Agae, An 38 

Agae, Gulielms 41 

Agae, Janam 41 

Agar, Mary Elizabeth 27 

Agae, Willia' 38 

Ainsley, Maegaeetam 38 

Ainslie, Mary Anne 152 

Ainslie, Lieut.-Col. Philip 152 

AlEE, Aliciam 41 

AiEE, Gulielms 41 

AiEE, Jane 57 

Aiee, Wm 57 

AlESON, Feanciscam 39 

Airson, John 39 

Aislaby, Michael 76 

Aisleby, Maegaeet 76 

AiSLEY, Ann 75 


AisLEY, Joanna' 36 

Aisley, Maegaeeta 5 

AiSLEY, Robeet 36 

Aisley, Robeeti 5 

Albemarle, Earl of 26, 128 

Albeet, Dan 65 

Albeet, Maey 65 

Aldeeson, Elizabeth 57 

Aldeeson, Jane 48 

Aldeeson, Joseph 48 

Aldham, Georgiana Bailey 31 

Allan, Elizabeth 125 

Allan, Jane 63 

Allan, John 62 

Allan, Maegt 62 

Allan, Maey 61 

Allan, Robert Henry 89 

Allen, Feances 53 

Allenson, Alice 15 

Allenson, Annam 45 

Allenson, Anthony 15 

Allenson, Gulielmus 40 

Allenson, Jannam 40 

Allenson, Maeia' 42 

Allenson, Maemaduco 15 

Allenson, Marmaduke I5 

Allenson, Mary 15 

Allenson, Ralph 15 

Allenson, Robeetus 45 

Allinson, Annam 39 

Allinson, Hannah 69 

Allinson, Maegeey 77 

Allison, Elizabeth 53 

Allison, Frederic 159 

Allison, Sarah 159 

Allison, Valentine 53 

Almond, Eliz 72 

Alston, Heney 114 

Alston, Sir Rowland II4 

Alston, Temperance 114 

Alwent, Catherine 91 

Alwent, Ralph 91 

Amblee, Ann 126 

Amblee, Elizabeth 135 

Amblee, William 126 

Amblee, Willm 126, 135 

Andeeson, Annam 89 

Andeeson, Elizabeth 57 

Andeeson, Gulielmus 39 

Andeeson, Maey 61 

Andeew, Baetholomew 64 

Andeew, Elizabeth 54 

Andeew, Jane 64 

Andeew, Jo 43 

Andeew, Maey 43 

Annandale, Earl of 105 

Annandale, Marquess of 49 




Anne, Queen of England 106 

Anson, Caroline Maria 81 

Anson, Rev. Frederick, Canon of Windsor 81 

Antrim, Anne Katherine, Countess of 22 

Apedail, Ann 47 

Apedail, William 47 

Apleby, Rebeccam 42 

Apleby, Rich'us 42 

Appelby, Ann 68 

Appleby, Greorg:e 136 

Appleby, Sarah 136 

Applegarth, Anna' 45 

Applegaeth, Gulielmus 45 

Aechee, Anne 56 

Archer- Hinde, — 150 

Archibald, John 103 

Arcy, see D'Arcy. 

i^RMES, Arthur Ernest Haecourt 159 

Armes, Philip 159 

Armes, Dr. Philip 137 

Armstron, Margt 63 

Armstrong, Elizabeth 60 

Armstrong, Rob 50 

Armstrong, Sarah 50 

Armstrong, Thomas 60 

Arnold, Rev. Matthew 79 

Arrowsmith, Ann 50, 59 

Arrowsmith, Eliz 49, 62 

Arrowsmith, Elizabetham 39 

Arrowsmith, Henricus 39 

Arrowsmith, Humphr'y 62 

Arrowsmith, Mariam 39 

Arrow^smith, Mary 54, 77 : n. 86 

Arrowsmith, Michael 77 

Arrundell, Margeriam 40 


Artus, Mary 55 

Arundell, Alice 40 

Arundell, Christopher 40 

Askew, Annam 44 

Askew, Anne Elizabeth 148 

Askew, Rev. Henry 148 

Askew, Mary 73 

Athey, Jane 77 

Athey, Luke 77 

Atkin, Elizabeth 55 

Atkin, Mariam 40 

Atkin, Wm 55 

Atkinson, Annam 41 

Atkinson, Bryan 47 

Atkinson, Fanny Joan 79 

Atkinson, Frances 66 

Atkinson, G-ulielmus 41 

Atkinson, Hilda 72 

Atkinson, James 152 

Atkinson, Jane 62 

Atkinson, John 78 

Atkinson, Marg'tam 41 

Atkinson, Margt 70 

Atkinson, Mary 78, 120, 130 : n. 151 

Atkinson, Mary Anne 152 

Atkinson, Matthew Hall 79 

Atkinson, Rachel 44 

Atkinson, Sarah 76 

Atkinson, Saram 41 

Atkinson, Susan 47 

Atkinson, Tho 62 

Atkinson, Thomas 161 

Atkinson, Wm 72 

Attey, Hannah 77 

Attey, Thomas 77 

Aubin, John 128 

Aubin, Mary 128 

Aubone, Elizabeth 58 

Aubone, William 58 

Aubrey, Alice 2 

Aubrey, John 2 

Aucher, Anthony 37 

Aucher, Margaret 37 

Aucher, — 37 

Auckland, Lord 13, 22 

Audley, George, Lord 37 

Austen, Edward 20 

Austen, Jane 20 

Austin, see D' Austin. 

AvERiCK, Eliz 69 

Awbree, Jo 2 

Awbree, Marian 2 

AwBREY, Elizabeth 2 

Awbrey, Jo 2 

Ayee, Anthonius 39 

Ayre, Edward 65 

Ayre, Janam 38 

Ayre, Katherinam 39 

Ayre, Mary 65 

Ayre, Susanna 66 

Aytus, Mary 55 

B.,J 139 

Baddelay, An 37 

Baddelay, Richard 6,94 

Baddelay, Thomas 94 

Baddeley, Ann 47: ?;,. 113 

Baddeley, Cassandra 5: ». 89 

Baddeley, Dulcibella 5,105 

Baddeley, Mary 89 

Baddeley, Phinehas 115 

Baddeley, Richard 47 : n. 5, 89, 105, 113, 115 

Baddeley,— 89 

Baddeleye, Richard 115 

Baddely, Ann 113 

Baddely, Cassandra 89 

Baddely, Rich 113 

Badeley, Deboeah 93 

Badeley, Riched 93 

Badely, — 89 

Badyley, Richaed 5 

Bagshaw, Anne 15 

Bagshaw, Edwaed 16 : n. 14, 15 

Bagshaw, Elisabetha 16 

Bagshaw, Elizabeth 15 

Bagshaw, De. Hen 102 

Bagshaw, Henr., Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 16 

Bagshaw, Dr. Henrici, Prebendary 

OP Durham 14 

Bagshaw, Henricus 14 

Bagshaw, Henry 104 : n. 15, 16, 102 

Bagshaw, Dr. Henry 104 

Bagshaw, Mary 15 

Bagshaw, Prudence 15 

Bagshaw, Ralph 102: ». 15 

Bagshaw, Sarah 17: w. 15 

Bagshaw, Dr. — 16,17 

Bagshawe, Dr. — 15 

Bailbs, Dinah 54 

Bailes, John 57 

Bailes, Margaret 57 

Bailes, Thomas 54 

Bailiffe, Esther 68 

Bailiffe, Thomas 68 

Bainbridge, Alice 77 



Bainbbidge, Dorothy 69 

Bainbridge, Janam 41 

Bainbridqe, John 69 

Bainbridge, Margaretam 40 

Bainbridge, Susannah 39 

Baines, Eliz 64 

Baines, Will 64 

Baiter, Eleanora 33 

Baiter, Dr. J. G 33 

Baiter, Susanna 33 

Baker, Amelia Catherine 28 

Baker, Anne 148 

Baker, Caroline 28 

Baker, Caroline Mary Antste 28 

Baker, Catherine 25 

Baker, Capt. Francis 28, 132 

Baker, Sir George 94 

Baker, Granville 148 

Baker, James 28 

Baker, Eev. James 25, 148 

Baker. Jane 77 

Baker, Mary 93 

Baker, Oswald 93 

Baker, Philip 148 

Baker, Robert 28 

Baker, Sarah Janetta 148 

Baker, Sybella 28 

Baker, Thos 28 

Bakiston, Elizabeth 3 

Bakiston, Dr. Robert 3 

Balcanquall, Dame Elizabeth 37 

Balcanquall, Stuarta 37,93 

Balcanquall, Dr. Walter, Dean of Durham 37 

Balcanquall, — 6 

Balcanquall, Dean of Durham 6 

Bales, Jane 76 

Bales, Ralph 76 

Balkanquall, Dean of Durham 94 

Ballcanquall, Gualteri, Dean of 

Durham 37 

Ballcanquall, Stew art am 37 

Balquancallo, Gualtero, Dean of 

Durham 6 

Bamblett, Mary 68 

Bamblett, Robert 68 

Bambrough, Isabel 52 

Barber, Bridget 86 

Barber, — 86 

Barchas, George 7,8 

Barchas, — 9 

Barcroft, Anne 87 

Barcroft, Eliz 91 

Barcroft, Elizabeth 91,107 

Barcroft, George 87, 91 : n. 91, 107 

Barcroft, Jane 91 

Barcroft, John 91 

Barcroft, Mary 91 

Barcroft, Thomas 91 

Barecroft, Ann 87 

Barecroft, George 87 

Barkas, Anne 53 

Barkas, Elisabeth 107 

Barkas, Elizabetha 9 

Barkas, George 106 : ?i. 9 

Barkas, Richard, Minor Canon of Durham 106 

Barkas, Wm 53 

Barkas, — 8, 9 

Barker, Eliz 54, 71 

Barker, Franciscam 41 

Barker, George 70 

Barker, Isabel 70 

Barker, Joh'es 41 

Barker, Marg 49 

Barker, Mary 122 

Barker, — 154 

Barkhurst, Ann 118 

Barnard, Mary 84 

Barnard, Thomas 84 

Barnes, Barnaby 82 

Barnes, Dorothea 98 

Barnes, Fredismund 82 

Barnes, Jane 82 

Barnes, John 1, 75, 82 

Barnes, Margaret 75 

Barnes, Mary 66 

Barnes, Richard, Bishop of Durham 82 

Barnes, Rychard, Bishop of Durham 82 

Barnes, — 1 

Barras, Eliz 51 

Barras, James 51 

Barras, Jane 70 

Barras, John 70 

Barrington, Charlotte Belasyse 26 

Barrington, Elizabeth 27, 128, 129 : h. 26 

Barrington, Frances Danes 129 

Barrington, Francis Daines 27 

Barrington, Rev. George, Prebend- 
ary OF Durham 27 

Barrington, Rev. George, Viscount, 

Prebendary of Durham 26, 128 

Barrington, John 128 

Barrington, Maj.-Gen. Hon. John 26 

Barrington, Hon. Sarah 24 

Barrington, Shute, Bishop of Durham... 24, 26 
Barrington, Hon. Shute, Bishop of Dur- 
ham 128 

Barrington, Bishop of Durham 135, 136, 139, 

141, 144, 149, 154 

Barrington, Lord, Prebendary of Durham 137 
Barrington, Rev. — , Prebendary of 

Durham 129 

Barrington, Viscount 26, 132 

Barrington, Viscount, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 133 

Barrowman, Jane 68 

Barton, Edward 83 

Barton, Elizabeth 83 

Bartram, Emmettam 42 

Barwick, Elizabeth 10 

Barwick, George 105 

Barwick, Georgius 10 

Barwick, Hellenen 38 

Barwick, Jana 10 

Barwick, Jane 105 

Barwick, Johan'es 13 

Barwick, John 102 

Barwick, Dr. John, Dean of Durham 105 

Barwick, NiCHOLAi 10,13 

Barwick, Nicholas 102 : 7i. 112 

Barwick, Nicholaus 38 

Barwick, Dr. Peter 105 

Barwick, Dean of Durham 104 

Barwickb, Eleanor 117 

Barwicke, Nicholas 105 

Barwicke, Dean of Durham 94 

Basiere, Frances 9 

Basiere, Isaac, D.D., Prebendary of 

Durham 9 

Basiere, Dr. — 38 

Basire, Lady Elizabeth 12 

Basire, Francisca 98 

Basire, IsAACi 12,99 



Basire, Isaaci, Prebendaey of Dur- 
ham 98 

Basire, Isaaco, Prebendary op Dur- 
ham 11 

Basire, Isaacus 12, 99 

Basire, Isaacus, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 98 

Basire, — 9 

Basire, Dr. — , Prebendary of Durham 12 

Bassnett, George 76 

Bassnett, Margaret 76 

Bateman, Hannam 40 

Bateman, IVIarg-aret 86 

Bateman, Mary 47: ?i. 118 

Bateman, Richard 118 

Bateman, Thomas 47 

Bateman, William 86 

Batersby, Joh'es 12 

Batersby, Thom^ 12 

Bates, Elizabeth 27: ». 151 

Bates, William 27: ?;. 151 

Bath, Earl of 106 

Bath, Marquess of 37 

Bathurst, Allen, Earl 25 

Bathurst, Benjamin, M.P 25 

Bathurst, Caroline 25 

Bathurst, Catherine 25 

Bathurst, Charles Henry 25 

Bathurst, Charles William 25 

Bathurst, Coote 26 

Bathurst, Frances 25 

Bathurst, Grace 25 

Bathurst, Dr. Henry, Prebendary op 

Durham, Bishop of Norwich 25 

Bathurst, Hester 25 

Bathurst, Jane 25 

Bathurst, Katherine 25 

Bathurst, Mary 25 

Bathurst, Robert 25 

Bathurst, Rev. Robert 25 

Bathurst, Selina 25 

Bathurst, Susannah 25 

Bathurst, Tryphena 25 

Bathurst, Rev. Dr. — , Prebendary of 

Durham 26 

Battersbie, Elizabetha 11 

Battersbie, Pryscilla 12 

Battersbie, Tho 11,12 

Battersby, Ann 47 

Battersby, Jeronyma 101 

Battersby, Joh'es 98 

Battersby, Priscilla 102 

Battersby, Richard 115 

Battersby, Rev. Tho 102 

Battersby, Thom^ 98 

Battersby, Thomas 101: w. 13 

Battersbye, Tho 115 

Baty, Arthur 121 

Baty, Elizabeth 121 

Baty, John 114, 121 

Baty, Thomas 121 

Baty, Thomasine 121 

Bax-Ironside, Henry Georpfe Outram 43 

Baynbrig-g, Cuthbert 92 

Baynbrigg, Elizabeth 92 

Baynes, Eliz 70, 71 

Beach, Dorothy 75 

Beachman, Elizabeth 61 

Beadnell, Mary 58 

Beals, Sarah 74 

Beaufort, Henry, Duke of 30 

Beaumont, Delaval 55 

Beaumont, Eliz 55 

Beaumont, Hammond 55 

Beckeles, Robert 95 

Beckett, Bridget 142 

Beckett, Eliz 142 

Beckfield, Mary 68 

Beckles, Richard 95 

Beckles, Robert 95 

Beckwith, Ann 158 : »t. 159 

Beckwith, Eleanor 63 

Beckwith, James Sadler 159 : «. 158 

Beckwith, John 63 

Beckwith, Judith 63 

Bede, — 46 

Bedseb, John Alder 158 

Bee, Franciscam 43 

Bee, Jacob 6, 110 

Bee, Mary 137 

Bee,— 10,14,137 

Belasyse, — 141 

Bell, Ann 120 : w. 13, 121 

Bell, Anna 13 

Bell, Annam 39 

Bell, Christopher 101 

Bell, Christopherus 39 

Bell, Dorothy 74 

Bell, Frances 151 

Bell, George 61 

Bell, Isabel 52 

Bell, James 52 

Bell, Jane 55, 118 

Bell, John 51, 115 

Bell, Mariam 39 

Bell, Martha 149 

Bell, Mary 51,55,61,67,68,74,121 

Bell, Thomas 101 

Bellamye, Cuthb 6 

Bellay, Jane 37 

Bellay, Thomas 37 

Belli, Caroline Howley Turner 32 

Belli, William Hallows 32 

Belt, Rev. — 87 

Belwood, Catherine 57 

Bennett, Anne 131, 132 

Bennett, George 131 

Benson, Elisabetha 16 

Benson, Isabell 102: m. 15 

Benson, Jacobus 15 

Benson, Jo 102 

Benson, Joh'is 15, 16 

Benson, John 108 

Benton, Jane 67 

Benton, John 67 

Berkeley, Charles John, M.D 147 

Berkeley, Frances Harriett 147 

Besant, Walter 48 

Best, Dorothy 24 

Best, James 24 

Best, Jane 24, 45 

Best, Richard 45 

Bettles, An 95 

Bettles, — 95 

Bewes, John 76 

Bewes, Mary 76 

Bigge, Charles William 152 

jge, Julia Katherina 152 

BiLTON, Dorothy 62 

Bilton, Mary 64 

Bingley, — 154 

Bird, Ann 77 



Bird, Elizabeth 75 

Bird, Ralph 75 

BiRKET, — 1 

Birkett, Alice 86 

Birkett, — 1 

Birkett, Dr., Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 86 

Birkhead, Alice 86 

Birkhead, Mary 86 

Birkhead, Xathaniel 86 

Birkhead, Dr. — 1,86 

Birt, Eleanor 151 

Birt, Rev. Thomas 151 

BiSHOPBRiG, Margt 64 

BiSHOPRICK, Eliz 41 



Blackburn, Archbishop 124 

Blacket, Margaret 75 

Blackett, Elizabeth 95 

Blackett, Richard 95 

Blacklock, Alice 64 

Blacklock. Jxo 64 

Blades, George 5, 94 

Blaikestox. Elizabeth! 3 

Blaikstox. Elizabeth! 4 

Blaikstox, Robebti, Prebexdary of 

Durham 4 

Blakesley, Alice Anne 29 

Blakesley, George Holmes 29 

Blakesley, Rev. Joseph Williams, Dean of 

Lincoln 29 

Blakesto', Elsabeth 90 

Blakesto', Roberti, Prebendary of 


Blakeston, Rev. Francis 52 

Blakestox, Morton 108 

Blakeston, Robert, Prebendary of 

Durham 90 

Blakiston, Ann 52 

Blakiston, Eliz 13 

Blakiston, Elizabeth 13, 90, 103, 114, 115 

Blakiston, Frances 100 : n. 106, 114 

Blakiston, Rev. Gabriel 66, 103, 115 

Blakistox, Hexry 103 : n. 13, 93, 97, 114, 115 

Blakiston, Henrye 93,95 

Blakiston. Jane 61,115: ?i. 103 

Blakiston, John, M.P 90 

Blakiston, Maria 97 

Blakiston, Marmaduke, Prebendary 

OF Durham 3 

Blakiston, Marmaduke. D.D., Prebendary of 

Durham. Archdeacon of Cleveland 90, 106 

Blakiston, Mary 15, 103 

Blakiston, Ralph 61 

Blakiston, Robert 90 

Blakiston, Tho 100: «. 14 

Blakiston, Thomas 114 : ». 103 

Blakiston, Willia' 93 

Blakiston, William 97, 103, 114 

Blakiston, Sir WilHam 61,95,103 

Blakiston, — , Prebendary of Durham, 

Archdeacon of Cleveland 15 

Blakistonn, Henrye 94 

Blakistonn, Margarett 94 

Blaklock, Benjamin 57 

Blaklock, Mary 57 

Bland, Anne 124 

Bland, George. Archdeacon of North- 
umberland 33,152,156 

Bland, Henry 124 

Bland, Dr. Henry, Dean of Durham, Canon 

of Windsor 124 

Bland, Michael 156 

Bland. Sophia 156 

Bland, Archdeacon — 153,154 

Bland, Rev. Dr., Prebendary of Dub- 
ham 124 

Blarton, Ellenora' 41 

Blenkixsopp, Susanxa 67 

Blenkinsopp, Thomas 67 

Bliss.— 11 

Blithman, Anxam 40 

Bloxam, — 85 

Bluxt, Alice 36 

Bluxt, Matthew 36 

Blythman, Elizabeth 53 

Blythman, Mary 53 

Blythman. William 53 


Body, Dora Emily 80 

Body, Rev. G., Canon of Durham 158 

Body, Geo., D.D., Canon of Durham ... 159 

Body, George, Canon of Durham 80 

Bolt, Dina 93 

Bolt, Elenor 83 

Bolt, William 83 

BoLTON, John 8 

Bolton, Robert 37 

Bolton, Samuell, Minor Canon of 

Durham 7, 8, 37 

Bolton, Sarah 37 

Bolton, Susanna 7 

Bolton, — 104 

Bond, Jane 154 

Bone, Frances 77 

Bone, George 77 

Bonham, Francis Warren 19 

Bonham. Joyce 19 

Bonham, Mary Ann 19 

Bonner, Eliz 70 

Bonner, Joseph 81 

Bonner, Sarah 81 

Bonner, Bishop 149 

Booth, Anne 107 

Booth, Lady Elizabeth, Baroness Dela- 

mere • 107 

Booth, Sir George, Baron Delamere 107 

Booth, Robert, Archdeacon of Durham, 

Dean of Bristol 107 

Booth, Sir Robert 107 

Booth, — , Lord Delamere 107 

Borrow, Anne 105 

Borrow, Benj 105 

Borrow, Benjamini 97 

Borrow, Benjaminus 98 

Borrow, Jana 97 

Borrow, Jane 64 

Borrow, John 64: «. 6 

BoRUWLASKi, Count Joseph 139 

Botcheby, Dorothy 69 

BoucKE, Christopher 2 

Boulay, see Du Boulay. 

Boutflower, Elisabetham 44 

Boutflower, Gulielmus 44 

Boutflower, Yen. Samuel Peach, Arch- 
deacon of Carlisle 44 

Boutflower, Thomas 44 

Bouyer, Elizabeth 136 

Bouyer, Rev. R. G 132 

Bouyer, Rev. R. G., Prebendary of 

Durham 136 



BouYEB, Rev. Reynold Gideon, Pre- 


OF Northumberland 133, 134 

BOUYER, — 24 

Bowe, Elizabeth 29, 152, 157 

Bowe, Rev. William 29,152,167 

Bowes. Andrew Robinson 24 

BowES, Ann 50, 114 

Bowes, Anne 50 

Bowes, Madam Anne 115 

Bowes, Cuth 102 

Bowes, Cuthbert 100, 102, 107, 115 

Bowes, Edward 115 

Bowes, Eleanor 75 

Bowes, Elisabeth 107 

Bowes, George 50 

Bowes, Jane 121 

Bowes, Dr. John, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 116 : ?t. .50 

Bowes, Lady Maria 24 

Bowes, Mary 100 

Bowes, Lady Mary 24 

Bowes. Thomas 50 

Bowes,— 100 : «. 103 

Bowlby, Caroline 146 

Bowlby, Caroline Sophia 146 

Bowlby, Catherine 144 : w. 159 

Bowlby, Eleanora Elizabeth 141 : n. 137, 

147, 148 
Bowlby, Elizabeth 134, 147, 155 : n. 23, 159 

Bowlby, Frances 118 

Bowlby, Frances Amelia 143 

Bowlby, Frances Eliza 34 

Bowlby, George Henry 144: ». 146 

Bowlby, Henry Bond, Bishop of 

Coventry 159 

Bowlby, John 155 

Bowlby, Mary 62, 118, 125, 148 

Bowlby, Capt. P 134 

Bowlby, Dr. P 125 

Bowlby, Capt. Peter 134 

Bowlby, Maj. Peter 159 

Bowlby, Richard 118 

Bowlby, Russell 23 

Bowlby, Sarah 155, 159 

Bowlby, Tho 62,118 

Bowlby, Thomas 118: ?^. 125 

Bowlby, Rev. Thomas ... 137,141,143,144: 

n. 147, 148 

Bowlby, — 117 

Bowlby, Dr. — 125 

Bowlt, Rev. Andrew 19 

Bowman, Barbara 106 

Bowman, Cuthbeetus 15 

Bowman, Jana 14 

Bowman, Jo 102 

Bowman, Joh'es 12 

Bowman, Joh'is 12, 14, 15 

Bowman, John 106,108 

Bowman, Mary 78 

Bowman, Valentine 78 

Bowman, William 102 

Bownas, Isabella 42 

BowNAS, Joh'es 42 

Bownas, LucYE 55 

Bownas, Mary 50 

Bownas, Thom 50 

BowRY, Barbara 70 

BowRY, Tho 70 

Bowser, Eleanor 123 

Bowser, Jana' 43 

Bowser, Mariam 41 

Bowser, Richard 123 

Bowser, Thomas 41 

Bowser, William 43 

Boyce, Ann 38 

Boycke, Anne 2 

Boycke, Rev. — 2 

Boyer, Rev. James 145 

Boyer, Phoebe 93 

Boyer, Sophia 145 

BoYES, Ann 77 

BoYES, Wm 77 

Brabant, Jane 50:^.45 

Brabant, John 45 

Brabant, Margareta' 45 

Brabant, Michael 50 

Brabant, — 117 

Brabin, Jane 50 

Brabin, Michael 50 

Brabourne, Lord 123 

Brack, Ann 47, 67 

Brack, Annam 41 

Brack, Dorothy 60 

Brack, Jane 71 

Brack, Jno 64 

Brack, Margt 64 

Bracks, Isabell 38 

Brackenbury, Jana' 43 

Bradely, Eliz 67 

Bradford, Dorotheam 39 

Bradford, Elizabeth Mary 152 

Bradford, Mary Anne 152 

Bradford, Dr. Thos 124 

Bradford, Lieiit.-Gen. Sir Thomas 152 

Bradley, Henry 151 

Brakenbury, Johannes 99 

Branfoot, Elizabeth 22 

Branfoot, Rev. John, Minor Canon of 

Durham 74: n. 22 

Branfoot, Jonathan 74 

Branfoot, Rev. Jonathan 22 

Branfoot, Mary 74 

Branfoot, Thomas John 22 

Brankston, James 72 

Brankston, Jane 72 

Branting-ham, Margaret 85 

Brantingham, Robert 85 

Brass, Ann 60 : n. 11 

Brass, Cuthbert 11 

Brass, John 8 

Brass, Kattern • 8 

Brass, Thomas 60 

Brasse, Cuthbert 11 

Brasse, Johannis U 

Bray, Reginald 47 

Bray, Temperance 47 

Brecknell, Ann 127 

Brecknell, Jane 127 

Brecknell, William 127 

Brenkarn, Alice 69 

Brenkaen, Edward 69 

Brevent, Daniell, D.D., Prebendary 

OF Durham 9 

Brevint, Ann 11 

Brevint, D'na Anna 11 

Brevint, Dr. Daniell, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham, Dean of Lincoln 9 

Brewer, Annam 39 

Brewer, Matth^us 39 

Bridges, Sir Brook 22 

Bridges, Elizab 6 




Bridges, GULELMU3 89 

Bridges, GuLiELMi 91 

Bridges, Harriet Mary 22 

Bridges, William 5, 93, 94, 105, 115 

Bridge-water, Francis, Earl of 24 

Bridgewater, John, Earl of 24 

Bridgham, Mary 102 

Bridgham, Tymothie 102 

Brien, see O'Brien. 

Briggs, Catherina 92 

Briggs, Isabel 6o 

Briggs, Kathrine o7 

Briggs, Nicholai ■ij' 

Briggs, Nicholas ^^ 

Brigham, Mary 102: n. 107, 109 

Brigham, Thomas 100 

Brigham, Timothy 100 : n. 107, 109 

Bright, Elizabeth 127 

Bright, Frances 12 

Bright. John l4l 

Bright, Col. Sir John ^ 12 

Bright, Margery 127,141 

Bright, Capt. — 127 

Brimley, John 82 

Brittain, Margt '2 

Britton, Eliza 24 

Britton, Harriot Jane 26 

Britton, Isabella 23, 24, 26 

Britton, James 23 

Britton, Rev. James 24,26 

Britton, Rev. James, D.D 23 

Britton, Mary Ann 26 

Brocket, Elizabeth 42 

Brockett, Eliz 42 

Brockett, Gulielms 42 

Brockett, Isabella 1^^ 

Brockett, William 13,42 

Brodrick, Katherine • 2o 

Brodrick, Dr. Laurence, Prebendary of 

Westminster 25 

Bromely, Ann 61 

Bromley, Anne 11 

Bromley, Isabella HO 

Bromlev, Mary HO 

Bromley, Phyllis ••••••■• 112 

Bromley, Robert H, HO. 112 

Bromwell, Margaretam 40 

Brooke, William 128 

Brooke, — 128 

Brookin, Elizabeth 93 

Brookin, Magdalen 93 

Brookin, Tobias 93 

Brookin, Toby 93 

Brooking, Elizabeth 3 

Brooking, Tobias 92 

Brooking, Toby 3 

Brough, Annam 44 

Brougham, Mary Anne, Lady 13 

Brougham, Lord 13 

Broughton, — 8 

Browell, Eliz 65 

Brown, Abigail 10 

Brown, Ann 73 

Brown, Eliz "^2 

Brown, Elizabeth 10, 12o 

Brown, Isabel 67 

Brown, Isabella '^5 

Brown, Janam 44 

Brown, Jane 72: w. 10 

Brown, Jerrard 10 

Brown, Johannes 10 

Brown, Johannis 10 

Brown, Joh'e 9 

Brown, John 72: h. 10, 44 

Brown, Sarah 64 

Brownbridge, Joseph 58 

Brownbridge, Mary 58,76 

Brownbridge, William 76 

Browne, Anne 54 

Browne, Eliz 51 

Browne, Ellinor 49 

Browne, Gerrards 12 

Browne, Janam 44 

Browne, Joh'es 12 

Browne, Joh'is 12 

Browne, Rev. John 88 

Browne, Mary 68 

Browne, Tho 49, 54 

Browne, Will 51 

Browning, William 134 

Bruce, Elizabeth HO 

Bruce, Robert HO 

Brumley, Anna' 42 

Brumley, Anne HO 

Brumley, Thomas 42,110 

Brumly, Phyllis 112 

Brumly, — 112 

Bryan, Hannah 77 

Bryan, Nicholas 77 

Buchan, Ellen 143 

Buchan, John 143 

Buchan, Joseph 143 

BucKTON, Anne 77 

Bull, Mary 86 

Bull, Thomas 86 

Bullmer, Alice 40 

Bullock, Anna 99 

Bullock, Anne 68 

Bullock, Edward 99 

Bullock, Elizabeth 75, 122 : n. 151 

Bullock, Geo 101,104 

Bullock, George 100, 109, 115, 124 : n. 99, 117 

Bullock, Georgii 10,12,99 

Bullock, Georgius 43 

Bullock, Gulielmus 12 

Bullock, James 75,126,127 

Bullock, Jo 117 

Bullock, John 115,118 

Bullock, Marg'tam 43 

Bullock, Margaret 126 

Bullock, Mary 114,117 

Bullock, Nicholaus 10 

Bullock, Thomas 104 

Bullock, William 101 

Bullocke, George 8 

Bullocke, John 8 

BuLMAN, Ann 77 

Bulman, Thomas 77 

BuLMER, Sir Bartram 2 

Bulmer, Sir Bertram 2 

Bulmer, Isabel 2 

Burden, Elizabeth 63 

BURDESS, Annam 44 

BuRDON, Anne 56 


BuRDON, John 84 

BuRDON, Mary 60 

BuRDON, Richard 56 

BuRDON, Thomas 84 

BuRELL, Mary 62 

Burgess, Margery 141 



Burgess, Dr. Thomas, Bishop of Salis- 
bury 141 

Burgess, William 141 

Burgess, — 24 

Burgess, Dr. — , Prebendary of Durham, 

Bishop of Salisbury 146 

Burke, — 19, 20, 24, 26, 27, 61, 75, 81, 113, 125, 

128, 136 



BuRLETSON, Jane 53 

BURLETSON, Thomas 44 


Burletson, Thomasine 7 

Burletson, William 7 

BuRLisoN, Mary 62 

BuRNE, Elizabeth 56 

BuRNE, Isabel 59 

Burne, Samuel 56 

BuRXELL, Grace Greig 80 

Burnell, John 80 

Burnet, Frances 47 

Burnet, Johannes 39 

Burnet, Mariam 39 

Burnet, Dr. KoB 47 

Burnet, Thomas 47 

BuRNOP, Mariam 40 

BuRNOP, Michaell 40 

BURNOPP, Elizabetham 42 

BuRNOPP, Michael 42 

Burrell, Ann 136 

Burrell, Annam 36 

Burrell, Barbara 18 

Burrell, Ciciliam 42 

Burrell, Eliz 116 

Burrell, Elizabeth 118 

Burrell, Joh'es 42 

Burrell, John 116: w. 136 

Burrell, Marijaret 117 

Burrell, Margery 77 

Burrell, Mary 52 : n. 118, 125 

Burrell, Peter 52, 77, 113, 116 : n. 18, 117, 

118, 125 

Burrell, Rev. Thomas 36 

Burrell, — 118 

Burrow, An 95 

Burrow, John 6,94 

Burrow, Peregrina 6,94 

Burrow, Robert 95 

Burt, John William 155 

Burt, Maria 155 

Burt, Phyllis 155 

Burt, William 155 

Burton, Anne 17 

Burton, Charlotte Belasyse 26 

Burton, Deborah 55 

Burton, Elisabeth 61 

Burton, Dame Eliz 109 

Burton, Elizabeth, Lady 7, 12, 99 

Burton, Frances 109 

Burton, Henry 109 

Burton, Rev. Henry 26 

Burton, Jane 37 

Burton, John 17, 61 

Burton, Margaret 121 

Burton, Martha 18: ?i. 49 

Burton, Mary 109 

Burton, Nich 17, 18 

Burton, Rev. Nigh 49 

Burton, Rev. Nicholas 109 

Burton, Richard 109 

Burton, Rev. Richard 109 

Burton, Sir Thomaa 109 

Burton,— 49 

Burton, Archdeacon — 49 

Burwell, Anna 92 

Burwell, Elizabeth 120 

Burwell, Francis 4 

Burwell, Francisca 4 

Burwell, Johanna 4 

Burwell, John 4 

Burwell, Seth 5 

Burwell, Tho'a 5 

Burwell, Thom^ 4,92 

Burwell, Thomas 5 

Burwell, Rev. Thomas 36 

Busbie, Henry 73 

Busbie, Lively 73 

Busby, Eliz 53 

Busby, Elizabeth 73 

Busby, ISABELL 62 

Busby, Lively 73 

Busby, Mary 52: m. 78 

Busby, Tho 53 

Busby, William 52, 73 

Bussie, Jayne 84 

Bussie, John 84 

BussYE, Edward 84 

Buston, Deborah 55 

Buston, Elizabeth Jane 24 

Butler, Hylton 43 

Butler, Capt. James 52 

Butler, Marg 51 

Butler, Margaret 51 

Butler, Maria 15 

Butler, Mariam 43 

Butler, Mary 52 

Butler, Samuel 149 

Butler, Tho 15 

Butler, Thomas 43 : ?i. 51, 52 

Butterwick, Ann 72 

Buttler, Annam 40 

Buttler, Elizabeth 151 

Buttler, Margaret Pearson 131 

Buttler, Richard 131: re. 151 

Button, Jno 63 

Button, Margt 63 

Byerly, Marg 51 

Byers, Dorothy 55 

Byers, Hannah 69 

Byers, Mary 61 

Bters, Robt 55 

Byers, Thomas 69 

Byers, Wm 61 

Byng, Hon. Anna Maria Bridget 134 

Byng, — , "Viscount Torrington 134 

Byrne, Katherine 133 

Cadogan, Charles, Earl 145 

Cadogan, Charlotte Georgiana Mary 29 
Cadogan, Hon. Emily Frances Geral- 

DiNE Matilda 142 

Cadogan, Lady Emily Mary 145 

Cadogan, George Henry, Earl 79 

Cadogan, Henry, Viscount Chelsea 29 

Cadogan, Admiral Henry Charles, Earl ... 79 

Cadogan, Henry Charles, Viscount Chelsea 79 
Cadogan, Mary Sarah, Viscountess 

Chelsea 29: re. 79 

Cadogan, — , Viscount Chelsea 142 

Caffin, Rev. Benjamin Charles 32, 33 

Caffin, Bethia 32 



Caffin, Ernest Gkegory 33 

Caflfin, Admiral Sir James Crawford 32 

Caffin, Margaret 32,33 

Caffin, William 32 

Caldcleugh, John 90 

Caldcleugh, Phyllis 27 

Caldcleugh, William 27 

Caldwell, Susanna 6 

Calverley, Anne, Lady 82 

Calverley, Isabel 87 

Calverley, John 87 

Campbell, George 105 

Camplin, Elizabeth 129 

Camplin, — 129 

Cane, Anne 20 

Cane, Catherine Louisa 20 

Cane, Col. —, M.P 20 

Carleton, Edvardi 15 

Carleton, Elizabeth 8 

Carleton, Dr. Guy, Dean of Carlisle, Pre- 
bendary of Durham, Bishop of Bristol 

and Chichester 8 

Carleton, Hester 8 

Carleton, Jane 8 

Carleton, Martha 15 

Carleton, Prudence 8 

Carleton, — 8 

Carlisle, Ann , 58 

Carlisle, yir Anthony 23 

Carlisle, Barbara 23 

Carlisle, Geo 49 

Carlisle, George 50 

Carlisle, Jonathan 58 

Carlisle, Marg 50 

Carlisle, Margery 49 

Carlisle, Thomas 23 

Carlton, Edward 14 

Carlton, Edwardi 14 

Carlton, Georgius 14 

Carlton, Bishop Guy 8 

Carlton, — 82 

Carlton. Lady — 8 

Carnaby, Hannah 46 

Carnaby, Rich 46 

Carr, Anne 137 

Carr, Bridgetta' 40 

Carr, Charles 137 

Carr, Elizabeth 54 

Carr, Ellen Elizabeth 134 

Carr, Isabella 75 : ?t. 81 

Carr, Jane 8 

Carr, John 67, 134 

Carr, Rev. John 136, 137 

Carr, Maby 67, 72: ?t. 128 

Carr, Ralph 75,81 

Carr, Robert 8 

Carr, Rosetta Anne 134, 136: n. 137 

Carr, Thomas 54: «. 128 

Carr-Ellison, — 81 

Carter, Anne 57 

Carter, Dorothy 10 

Carter, Eliz 65,70 

Carter, Henry 57 

Carter, Sir John 10 

Carter, Mary 64 

Carter, Will 64 

Carteret, Bridget 15 

Carteret, Edward, M.P 15 

Cartheret, Thomas 97 

Cartington, Jane 57 

Cartwright, Carolus 11 

Cartwright, Elizabeth 151 

Cartwright, Rev. J 138, 150 

Cartwright, J., Minor Canon of Dur- 
ham 146 

Cartwright, John 151 

Cartwright, Rev. John 141 

Cartwright, Rev. John, Minor Canon of 

Durham 151 

Cartwright, Sarah 102 

Cartwright, Thom^, Prebendary of 

Durham 11, 98 

Cartwright, Thomas 97 

Cartwright, Dr. Thomas, Dean of 

RippoN 102 

Cartwright, Will'us 98 

Casaubon, Florence 103 

Casaubon, IsA 103 

Casaubon, Isaac 103 

Casaubon, Dr. Meric, Prebendary of Can- 
terbury 103 

Castlecoote, Charles Henry, Lord 25 

Catcheside, Dorothy 60 

Catcheside, John 60 

Catherick, Jane 50 

Cator, George Albemarle 149 

Cator, Mary Susan 149 

Catterick, Anna' 41 

Catteeick, Franciscus 41 

Cavendish, Sir William, Duke of New- 
castle 9>^ 

Cavendish, — , Lord Mansfield 93 

C A yley, George, M.D 136 

Cayley, John 136 

Cayley, Sir William 136 

Chaimbers, Aliciam 41 

Chambers, Eleanor 63 

Chambers, Eliz 63 

Chambers, Georgiana Lambton 33 

Chambers, John 33 

Chambers, Richard 63 

Chambers, Sir Robert 63 

Chambers, Sophia Louisa 33 

Chandler, Joyce 19 

Chandler, Wadham, Prebendary of 

Durham 120 

Chandler, Dr., Bishop of Durham 19 

Chantrey, — 19 

Chapman, Ann 70 

Chapman, Anna 3 

Chapman, Annam 36 

Chapman, Anne 3 

Chapman, Barbary 96 

Chapman, Elizabetham 36 

Chapman, Grace 23 

Chapman, Hannah 77 

Chapman, Margaretam 39 

Chapman, Margt 61 

Chapman, Seth 36 

Chapman, Tho 61 

Chapman, Thomas 39 

Chapman, — 36 

Charles I., King of England 47, 90, 93, 94, 95 

Charles II., King of England 47,97 

Charleton, Frances 62 

Charleton, Thomas 62 

Charlton, Ann 73 

Charlton, Dorothy 72 

Charlton, Edward 73 

Charlton, John 9 

Charlton, Margaret 136 

Charlton, Mary 76 




Charlton, Prudence 8 

Charlton, W 136 

Charlton, William 136 

Chaytor, Ann 135 

Chaytor, Anne Jane 147 

Chaytor, Annie Martha 151 

Chaytor, Caroline Mary Anne 28 

Chaytor, Gustavus Adolphus, M.D. ... 142 

Chaytor, Harriet 140 

Chaytor, Henry 28 

Chaytor, Lieut.-Col. Henry 137, 142, 147, 150, 

Chaytor, Rev. Henry, Prebendary of 

Durham 135, 140, 142 : n. 145 

Chaytor. Isabella 142 

Chaytor, Jane 137, 142, 150, 152 

Chaytor, John 152 

Chaytor, Col. John 151 

Chaytor, Juliana 145 

Chaytor, Mary 135, 137 

Chaytor, Thomas 82 

Chaytor, William Charles 150 

Chaytor, Sir William 28 

Chelsea, Henry, Viscount 29 

Chelsea, Henry Charles, Viscount ... 79 
Chelsea, Mary Sarah, Viscountess 29, 79 

Cherry, Benjamin 27 

Cherry, Charlotte Cassandra 27 

Chester, J. B 30 

Chesterfield, Lord 154 

Chesterman, Elizabeth 120 

Chesterman, Joseph 120 

Chevallier, Canon 154, 155 

Chilton, Joh'es 41 

Chilton, Margaretam 41 

Chipchace, Elizabeth 77 

Chipchace, Thomas 77 

Chipchase, Annam 44 

Chipchase, Gulielmus 40 

Chipchase, Janam 40 

Chipchase, Jane 51, 102 

Chipchase, Joh'es 44 

Chipchase, Maria' 44 

Chrishop, John 78 

Chrishop, Martha 78 

Christian, Sarah 110 

Christian, — 110 

Christopher. Dorothy 138, 139, 148, 157 

Christopher, John Thomas... 138, 139, 148, 157 

Christopher, William 157 

Church, Guli'o 6 

Church, Margaret 41 

Church, Mariam 41 

Church, Mary 36 

Church, William 7: 

Church, — 7 

Churnsidb, Dorothy 24 

Churnside, William 24 

Clapham, Cibelle 63 

Clapham, George 63 

Clark, Ann 49 

Clark, Anne 20 

Clark, Catherine 20 

Clark, Edward 67 

Clark, Eliz 57,72 

Clark, Frances 53 

Clark, James 53 

Clark, Jane 66 

Clark, John 49,54 

Clark, Mary 54 

Clark, Robert 20 

Clark, Thos 20 

Clarke, Abigail 72 

Clarke, Ann 118 

Clarke, Anna H 

Clarke, Elizabeth 6,93 

Clarke, Rev. Gabriel, D.D., Archdeacon of 

Durham 2, 6, 93, 94, 106 

Clarke, Dr. Gabriele, Prebendary of 

Durham 3 

Clarke, Dr. Gabriell, Prebendary of 
Durham, Archdeacon of North- 
umberland AND Durham 95 

Clarke, Gualfridi H 

Clarke, Jno 28 

Clarke, Jno, Minor Canon of Durham 130 

Clarke, John 95 

Clarke, Rev. John 131 

Clarke, Maria 11 

Clarke, Mildred 94.95 

Clarke, MiLLE 94 

Clarke, Ralph 114 

Clarke, Ruth 73 

Clarke, Sam 117 

Clarke, Sibella 106 

Clarke, Thomas 72, 73 : n. 126 

Clarke, WiLi FREDi H 

Clarke, — 2: ?;. 126 

Clarke, Dr 5 

Clavering, John 124 

Clavering, Mary 124 

Claxton, Sarah 65 

Claypeth. Ann 47 

Clayton, Eliz 51 

Clayton, Franciscam 40, 41 

Clayton, Rob'tus 41 

Clayton, Will 51 

Clement, Dorothy 108 

Clement, Elizabeth 113 

Clement, Hammond 18,118,119 

Clement, Hasiond 16 

Clement, John 16,17,108,113 

Clement, Margaret 18 

Clement, Margarett 18, 118 

Clement, Mary 18 

Clement, Priscilla 18,120 

Clennell, — lO 

Clerk, Ann lOl 

Clerk, Annam 46 

Clerk, Dorothy 101 

Clerk, Henricus , 46 

Clerk, John 101 

Clerk, Maria 101 

Clerk, Mary 101 

Clerk, Richard 101 

Clerk, Wilfrid lOl 

Clerk, William lOl 

Clerke, Henricus 41 


Clerke, Marg'tam 42 

Clerke, Mildred 2 

Clerke, Richard 100 


Clerke, Rob'tus 42 

Clerke, Sibby 7 

Clerke, Wilfrid 100 

Clerke, Wilfridi 11 

Clerke, Dr 2 

Clifton, Ann 65 

Clifton, Robert 65 

Close, Margt 68 

Clues, Ann 151 



CoALE, Lady 8 

CoATEs, Ann 60 

CoATES, Eliz 70 


CoATES, William 60 


CocKANEY, Jane 71 


Cockayne. Charles, Viscount Cullen -18 

Cockayne, Hon. Mary -IS 

Cockayne, Lady Mary, Viscountess Cullen iS 

Cockerell, Jane 53 

CocKNiDGE, Rev. Georgius 92 

Coffhill, Jane 132 

Coghill, Oliver 132 

Colberg, ANNE Elizabeth 136 

Colbergr, Jane Charlotte Mary 29 

Colberg, Mary 136 

Colberg, Capt. Samuel 136 

Colberg, Col. Samuel Thomas 39 

Cole, Anne 56 

Cole, Eliz 72 

Cole, Lady Margaret 9 

Cole, Sir Nicholas 9 

Colepitt, Ra 102 

Colledge, Joshua 66 

CoLLEDGE, Mary 66 

Collin, Annam 41 

Collin, Joh'es 41 

Colling, Jane 58 

collingwood, john 70 


Collinson, Frances Sybel 157 

Collinson, Rev. John 157 

Collinson, Admiral 157 

CoUison, Mary Ann 153 

Collison, William 153 

Colmer, Tymothy 82 

Colmer, Dr., Prebendary of Durham 82 

Colmore, A 84 

CoLMORE, Clemens, Prebendary of 

Durham 83 

Colmore, Rev. Clement, Prebendary of 

Durham 82 

Colmore, Joan 83 

Colmore, Mary 84 

Colmore, William 83 

CoLSON, Annam 44 

CoLSON, Jacob 44 

Coltpits, Ann 87 

COMMIN, Margaeeta 3 


CoMPTON, Jane 112 

Comyn. Alice 92 

Comyn, Elizabeth 92 

Comyn, Francis 92 

Comyn, Simon 92 

Comyn, Timothy 4 

Comyn, Tymotheo 92 

Comyn, — 4 

Conduit, Michael 122 

CoNiNSBY, Julius 64 

CoNiNSBY, Mary 64 

Conyers, Sir Baldwyn 61 

Conyers, Sir Blakiston 61 

Conyers. Gulielms 42 

Conyers, Jane 61 

Conyers, Margarett 38 

Conyers, Mary 38 

Conyers, Sir Nicholas 61 


CoN^YERS, Ralph 62 

Conyers, Saram 43 

Conyers, Thomas 8: ?t. 13 

Conyers, Sir Thomas 61 

Cooch, Alice 152 

Cooch, Louisa 152 

Cooch, Maeia 158 

Cooch, Robert 152 

Cook, Eliza 3 

Cook, Isabel 59 

Cook, Mary 71,127 

Cook, Sarah 70 

Cooke, Margaret 4 

Cooke, Margaeeta 5 

Cooke, Mary 62 

Cooke, Thomas 4 

Cooke, — 4 

Cookeson, Dorothy 3 

Cookeson, Frances 3 

Cookeson, John 3 

Cookeson, Susan:xa 3 

Cookeson, Xpofer 3 

Cooling, Eliz 64 

Cooper, Alice 85 

Cooper, Catherine 85 

Cooper, Elizabeth 85 

Cooper, Elizabetham 39 

Cooper, Francis 85 

Cooper, Isaac 85 

Cooper, John 85 

Cooper, Katharine 85 

Cooper, Margaret 85 

Cooper, Mariam 45 

Cooper, Mary 36,46 

Cooper, Mathe 85 

Cooper, Matthew 85 

Cooper, Murial 105 

Cooper. Philadelphia 36,46 

Cooperi Robert 85,105 

Cooper, Robin 85 

Cooper, Thomas 85 

Cooper, Rev. V. K 158, 159 

Cooper, William 36, 46 

Cooper,— 1,101 

Coote, Dr. Charles, Dean of Kilfenora 25 

Coote, Charles Henry, Lord Castlecoote ... 25 

Coote, Grace 25 

COPAS, — 6 

CoPEMAN, Frederick John 157 

Copeman, James Robert 157 


CoPLiN, Thomas 46 

CoQuo, Margaret! 4 

CoQUO, Thoma 4 

CoRDERY, Anne 124 

Cork, Dorothy 51 

Coenefoeth, Ann 68 


Coenefoeth, Jo 62 

Coenefoeth, Maby 62 

Corner, Annam 44 

Cornwallis, Earl, Dean of Durham, Bishop 

of Lichfield and Coventry 134 

Cornwallis, — , Archbishop of Canterbury 21 

Cosens, Catherine 120 

Cosens, John 120, 121 

Cosens, Sarah 120 

Cosin, Anne 106 

Cosin, Elizabeth 99, 109 

Cosin, Frances 106, 114 

Cosin, Giles ^^ 



CosiN, Joannes, Bishop op Durham ... 96 


CosiN, Dr. Johannis, Bishop of Dur- 
ham 88 

Cosin, Dr. Jolin, Bishop of Durham 87, 90, 96, 


Cosin, Mary 12, 43, 96 

Cosin, RiCHAEDUS 88 

Cosin, Dr., Bishop of Durham 9, 12, 43, 86, 95, 

99, 106, 109, 111, 114, 128 

CosiNS, Barbara' 42 


CosiNs, Dr. John, Prebendary and 

Bishop of Durham 3,87 

CosiNs, Richard 87 



Cosy n, Giles 96 

Cosyn, Dr. John, Bishop of Durham 96 

Cosyn, Mary 96 

CouLSON, Ann 67 

CouLSON, Catherine 75 

Coulson, Cuthbert 100 

COULSON, Eliz 42 

Coulson, Elizabeth 100 

Coulson, Elizabetham 42 

Coulson, Isabell 54 

Coulson, John 75 

Coultas, John 62 

CouLTAS, Sarah 62 


Coultman, Richardus 40 

Courtiss, Anne 96 

Courtiss, Bridget 96 

Courtiss, Elizabeth 96 

Courtiss, Margery 96 

Courtiss, Richard 96 

Cowens, Mary 133 

Cowle, Dorothy 101 

CowLE, Eliz 63 

Cowle, Jane 78 

Cowle, John 101 

Cowlemer, Clem 84 

Cowlemer, Isabel 84 

CowLiN, Anne 56 

Cowlin, Geo 56 

Cowper, Dorothy 124 

Cowper, Elizabeth 85 

Cowper, Margaret 85 

Cowper, Mary, Countess 124 

Cowper, Robert 85 

Cowper, Hon. Rev, Dr. Spencer, Dean 

OF Durham 124 

Cowper, Sir William, Earl 124 

CoxE, Archdeacon 152 

CoxoN, Dorothy 55 

CoxoN, Robt 55 

Cracroft, Capt. John 23 

Cracroft, Penelope Ann 23 

Cracroft, Robert 23 

Cradock, Ann 85 

Cradock, Anne 85, 86 

Cradock, Anthonie 85 

Cradock, Anthony 85,96 

Cradock, Catherine 85 

Cradock, Cuthbert 85 

Cradock, Dorothy 86,106 

Cradock, Elizabeth 85 

Cradock, George 85 

Cradock, Grace 85 

Cradock, JoHANNE 2 

Cradock, John 85,86 

Cradock, Dr. John, Archdeacon of North- 
umberland 85, 93 

Cradock, Joseph 85 

Cradock, Sir Joseph 106 

Cradock, Margaret 1,86,93 

Cradock, Margery 85 

Cradock, Mary 85 

Cradock, Rachel 85 

Cradock, Richardo 2 

Cradock, Sibella 106 

Cradock, Thomas 106 

Cradock, Timothy 8.5 

Cradock, William 85 

Cradock, — 85 

Cradock, Archdeacon 106 

Cradock, Dr 2 

Cradock, Dr., Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 1 : n. 86 

Cradocke, Dorothie 1 

Cradocke, Jane 1 

Cradocke, Jo 1 

Cradocke, Johannes, Prebendary of 
Durham, Archdeacon of North- 
umberland 86 

Cradocke, Margaret 86 

Cradocke, Richard 86 

Cradocke, Dr 2, 3 

Craggs, Anne 61, 63 

Craggs, George 68 

Craggs, Hannah 69 

Craggs, Mary 68 

Craggs, Tho 69 

Crawford, Bethia 32 

Crawford, Lieut. George 32 

Crawford, Margaretam 45 

Crawforth, An 38 

Crawforth, Ciciliam 42 

Crawforth, Maria' 41 

Creed, Christopher 23 

Creed, Stephen 23 

Crespigny, see De Crespigny. 

Crew, Dorothy, Lady 47 

Crew, Jemima, Baroness 47 

Crew, John, Baron 47 

Crew, Rev. Nathaniel, Lord, D.D., 
Dean of Chichester, Bishop of 

Oxford and Durham 47 

Crew, Penelope, Lady 47 

Crew, Sir Randolph 47 

Crew, Temperance 47, 114 

Crew, Sir Thomas 47 

Crew, Thomas, Lord 114 

Crew, — , Bishop of Durham 45 

Crew, Lord, Bishop of Durham 114 

Crewe, Jemima, Baroness Crew 47 

Crewe, John, Baron Crew 47 

Crewe, Nathaniel 47 

Crewe, Rev. Nathaniel, Lord, D.D., Dean 
of Chichester, Bishop of Oxford and 

Durham 47,48 

Crewe, Penelope, Lady 47 

Crewe, Lord 18, 122, 126 

Creyton, Alice 62 

Croft, Eliz 41 

Croft, Gulielmus 41 

Croft, Hannam 43 

Croft, James 55 

Croft, Mary 55,62 

Croft, Thomasine 121 

Crofton, Ann 24 



Crofton, Anthony James 27 

Ceofton, Anthony Mowbray 24, 25, 26, 27 

Crofton, Dorothy Basto 24 

Crofton, Elizabeth 25 

Crofton, Elizabeth Jane 2-t 

Crofton, Jane 24,25,26,27 

Crofton, Mary Elizabeth 27 

Crofton, Richard ... 26: m. 24 

Crofton, Thomas 24 

Crompton, — 10 

Cromwell, — 7 

Crosby, Ambrose 113 

Crosby, Ann 60:«. 113 

Crosby, Edward 49, 60 

Crosby, Eliz 49 

Crosby, Elizabeth 108 

Crosby, Elizabetha' 44 

Crosby, Francis 110: «. 113 

Crosby, John 113 

Crosby, Richard 104: ?i. 113 

Crosby, Tho 104,110,113 

Crosby, Thomas 44, 108 

Crosby, Watson 113 

Crosby,— 96 

Crosyer, Eleanor 56 

Crosyer, George 56 

Crosyer, Jane 56 

Crow, Ann 52 

Cullen, Charles, Viscount 48 

Cullen, Mary, Viscountess 48 

Cummin, j^nn 78 

Cummin, Do'ia 5 

Cummin, Wm 78 

Cummins, Margaret 129 

Cunningham, Elizabeth 61 

Cunningham, Robert 61 

Currie, Charlotte Georgiana Mary 29 

Currie, Rev. Maynard Wodehouse 29 

Curry, Agnas 126 

Curry, Ann 72 

Curry, Thomas 126 

Curry, William 72 

CURRYE, Annam 39 

Curstt, Ann 70 

CuRSTT, Wm 70 

Curteis, Mary 85 

Curteis, Richard 85 

CuRTious, John 2 

CuRTious, Richard 2 


Cuthbert, Charles 110: n.lO 

Cuthbert, Dorothea 10 

Cuthbert, Dorothy 10, 110, 111, 123 

Cuthbert, George 10 

Cuthbert, Jane 10 

Cuthbert, John 110 : ?e. 10, 111 

Cuthbert, John, M.D 10 

Cuthbert, Margaret 10 

Cuthbert, Philadelphia 10 

Cuthbert, Ralph 10 

Cuthbert, Rev. Richard 10, 123 

Cuthbert, Robert 10 

Cuthbert. Theophilus Ill : n. 10 

Cuthbert, William 10 

Cuthbert, Rev. — 127 

Cuthbert, — 110, 111, 123, 127 

Cutter, Barbara 63 

Cutter, John . ... 63 

D., J 25 

D'Aroy, James. Lord 117 

D'Arcy, Margaret, Lady 117 

D'Arcy. Lady 18 

D'AuTiN, Sam. Dav. Joseph de Mon- 

ceaux 121 

D'Este, Mary 47 

Dagnia, Benjamin Clayton 78 

Dagnia, Christopher 78 

Dagnia, Edward 78 

Dagnia, Hannah 78 

Dagnia, Jane 78 

Dagnia. John 78 

Dagnia, Margery 78 

Dagnia, Onesiphorus 78 

Dale, Eliz 57 

Dale, George 56 

Dale, Hannah 56 

Dale. Jane 78 

Dale, John 78 

Dale, Lydia 78 

Dale, Martham 42 

Dale, Mary 78 

Dall, Andrew 80 

Dall, Grace Greig 80 

Dallivall, — 6 

Dalton, Dulcibella 105 

Dalton, Rev. Thomas 105 

Danby, Elizabeth 90 

Dand, Alce 37 

Dand, Robert 37 

Daniel, — 43 

Darby, John „ 107 

Darbyshire, Anne 105 

Darbyshire, John 105 

Darbyshire, Marg'tam 44 

Darcy, Conyers, Lord 104 

Darcy, Conyers, Earl of Holderness 45 

Darcy, Margaret 104 

Darcy, Ursula 45 

Darnell, Eliz 67 

Darnell, Elizabeth 29, 162: ?t. 157 

Darnell, Elizabeth Jane 29 

Darnell, Frances 30 

Darnell, Jane Grace 29 

Darnell, Lucy Elizabeth 30 

Darnell, Philip Wheler 29 

Darnell, Thomas Charles 29 

Darnell, W. N.- 29 

Darnell, Rev. W. N 131,132,133 

Darnell, W. N., Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 134, 135 

Darnell, William 157 

Darnell, Rev. William 30 : n. 157 

Darnell, Rev. William Nicholas, Pre- 
bendary OF Durham 29, 153 : n. 152, 157 

Darnell, Rev. — , Prebendary of Durham 153 

Darneton, Gulielmus 39 

Darneton, Susannam 39 

Darnton, Eliz 69 

Darwin, Maj. Charles Waring 80 

Darwin, Francis 80 

Darwin, Mary Dorothea 80 

Davies, John, Minor Canon of Dur- 
ham 84 

Davies, Margaret 84 

Davison, Ann 61, 77, 126 

Davison, Anne 56, 63 

Davison, Anne Caroline 156 : n. 154 

Davison, Caroline 146 

Davison, Charlotte 146 

Davison, Cuthbert 66 

Davison, Dorothy 104 



Davison. Dulcibella 13, 123 

Davison, Rev. Edward 131,151 

Davison, Elizabeth 12H, 143 : n. 7, 109 

Davison, Elizabetham 39 

Davison, Jane 133 

Davison, Johanna <><> 

Davison, Johannes 39 

Davison, Joseph 63, 113, VA : m. 156 

Davison, Maeg'tam 41 

Davison, Margaret Pearson... 151 : n. 131 

Davison, Mariam 41 

Davison, Mary 37 : n. 112 

Davison, Matthew 133 

Davison, Samuel 109 

Davison, Samuell 7 

Davison, Thomas 44: ?i. 154 

Davison, Rev. Thomas 37 

Davison, Will 61 

Davison. William 13, 123, 126 

Davison, — 112, 136, 154 

Davy, Ann 72 

Davy, Elizabeth 75 

Davy, Tho 72 

Dawnay, Dorothy 119 

Dawnay, Henry, Viscount Downe 119 

Dawson, Anne 148 

Dawson, Eliz 52 

Dawson, Elizabeth 55 

Dawson, Jane 51 

Dawson, John 51, 55 

Dawson, Marg 65 

Dawson, Sarah 70 

Dawson, Tho 52 

Dawson, Dr., Canon of Windsor 

Day, Elizabetham 40 

Day, Johannes 40 

De Crespigny, Caroline 25 

De Crespig-ny, Rev. Heaton Champion 25 

De Felice, Augusta 33 

De Karp, Augusta 33 

De Karp, Eleanora 33 

De Karp, Eleonore 33 

De Karp, Louis Bernard 33 

De Karp, Marie Louise 33 

De Karp, Maurice 33 

Deane, — 87 

Deanham, Christopher 41 

Deanham, Janam 41 

Dear, Mary 47 

Deason, J 27 

Deason, James 124,126 

Deason, — 22 

Dee, Ann 26 

Dee, Elizabeth 26 

Deemster, Susanna 48 

Deering, Rev. Heneage, Dean op Ripon 127 

Deering, Mary 127 

Delabene, Heury 23 

Delabene, Martha 23 

Delamere, Lady Elizabeth, Baroness 107 

Delamere, Sir George, Baron 107 

Delamere, Lord 107 

Delaval, Elizabeth 6 

Delaval, Thomas 6, 13 

Delaval, — 73 

Dblavall, Rob 13 

Delavall, Robert 13 

Delavall. Roberto 15 

Denison, Isabel 69 

Dennis, S., Minor Canon op Durham 125 
Dennis, Samuel 20, 121 

Dennis, Samuel, Minor Canon of Dur- 
ham 124 

Dennis, Sarah 123, 12."> 

Dennis, William 124 

Dennis, Rev. — 123 

Dent, Isabel 52 

Dent, Jane 60 

Dent, Johannes 40 

Dent, Margaretam 40 

Dent, Mary 78 

Denton. Alice 121 

Denton, Anne 116 

Denton, John 112, 119 : n. 116, 121 

Denton, Robert 119 

Devorax, Rev. — 94 

Dickens, George 23 

Dickens, Henry John 22 

Dickens, Margaret 21 : n. 22 

Dickens, Mary 23 

Dickens, Richard 23 

Dickens, Capt. Richard 23 

Dickens, Col. Richard Mark ... 21 : n. 23 
Dickens, Dr. Samuel, Prebendary and 

Archdeacon of Durham 21 : 7;,. 22 

Dickens, Samuel Richard 23 

Dickens. — 137 

Dickens, Dr., Prebendary and Arch- 
deacon op Durham 23 

Dickenson, Ann 65 

Dickenson, Edwd 65 

Dickins, Thomas 152 

Dickinson, Eleanor 55 

Dickinson, Hanna 66 

Dickinson, — 85 

Dickons, John Ralph 156 

Dickons, Mary 144, 148 : n. 131, 141 

Dickons, Sarah 144 

Dickons. Thomas 148, 156 : n. 144, 152 

Digby, Elizabeth 122 

Digbj', William, Dean of Durham 122 

Digby, William, Lord 122 

Dikes, Isabel 57 

Dikes, Jeremiah 57 

Dipper, Joan 56 

Ditmas, Georgina 30 

Ditmas, John 30 

Dixon, Ann 46,110 

Dixon, David •••. 44 

Dixon, Dorothy 65 

Dixon, Eliz 72,113 

Dixon, Elizabeth 44,110,120 

Dixon, Fortune 67 

Dixon, Francis 114 

Dixon. Geo 110, 113, 114, 115 

Dixon, George 112, 120 : n. 122, 123, 125, 126, 

127, 128 

Dixon, Isabell 56 

Dixon, Janam 44 

Dixon, Jane 73 

Dixon, John 67, 73, 123 : n. 126 

Dixon, Joseph 46,113,114 

Dixon, Mary 67. 115 : ??. 128 

Dixon, Robert 119 

Dixon, Sarah 114, 123 : n. 120, 123 

Dixon, Tabitha 122, 125, 126, 127, 128 

Dixon, Will 112 

Dixon, William 83 

Dixon,— m 

Dobbinson, Mary 62 

Dobbinson, Michael 62 

Dobbison, Alice 56 



DoBiNSON, Alice 66 

DoBSOx, Anthony 77 

DOBSON, Cath 57 

DoBSON, Dorothy 17 

UoBSON, Elisabeth 61 

DoBSON, Eliz 13,17,57,109 

Dobson. Elizabeth 13 

DoBSON, Fitz-Herbert 18 

DoBsoN, Hen., D.D 18 

Dobson, Rev. Henry, D.D., Prebendaiy of 

Durham 17 

DoBSON, James 68 

Dobson, Jennettam 42 

Dobson, Margaret 77 

DoBSON, Margt 68 

Dobson, Mary 63 

Dobson, Penelop 17 

Dobson, Robert 95 

Dobson.' Thomas 63 

Dobson. Welbury 13 

Dobson, Wheatley 13 

Dobson, Dr 17, 109 

DoDDESLY, Robert 123 

Dodds, Eliz 63 

DoDDS, Hannah 77 

Dodds, Hylda 46 

DoDDS, Isabel 57 

DoDDS, Jno 63 

Dodds, Mary 46 

Dodds, Tho 46 

Dodds, Thomas 46 

Dodshon, Anne 39 

Dodsly, Robert 123 

Dodsworth, Anthony 88 

Dodsworth, Mag'dalen 93 

Dodsworth, Saram 36 

Doeshon, Gulielmus 40 

Doeshon, Margaretam 40 

Dolben, Elizabeth 122 

DoLBEN, Sir Jno., Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 122 

Dolben, Sir John 122 

Dolland, Anne 155 

Dolland, Peter 155 

Dongwith, Rev. Richard 125 

Dongwith, Rev. Richd 123 

Dongwith, — 125 

DoNGWORTH, Catherine 120 

Dongworth, Richard 120 

Dongworth, — 121 

Dorma', Elizabeth 9 

Dorrien, see Smith-Dorrien. 

Dossy, Isabellam 40 

Douglas, Lieut.-Col. Archibald 138 

Douglas, Lieut.-Gen. Archibald 151 

Douglas, Eleanor 151 

Douglas, Rev. Henry, Canon op Dur- 
ham 150 

Douglas, Lady Isabel, Lady Drumlanrig 

and Countess 49 

Douglas, Rev. James, D.D., Prebendary of 

Durham 125 

Douglas, Jane 138 

Douglas, Lady Margaret 49 

Douglas, Mary 51 

Douglas, Mary Anne 150 

Douglas, RoBT 51 

Douglas, Rev. Robert 150 

Douglas, Robert Archibald 151 

Douglas, — 151 

Douglas, Rev. Canon 144 

Douglas, Lord Drumlanrig and Earl 49 

Douglas-Gresley, Robert Archibald 151 

Douglass, Rev. James, D.D., Prebend- 
ary OF Durham 125 

Douglass. Jane 125 

Douglass, Jean 125 

Douthwait, Dorothy 65 

DouTHWAiT, Jno 65 


Douthwaite, Margaret 58 

Downe, Henry, Viscount 119 

DowNES, Alice 64 

DowNES, Eliz 43 


DowNES, Mattheus 43 

DowsoN, Mary 54, 76 

Dowson, Sarah 76 

Dowthwaite, Elizabeth 38 

Drizedell, Eliz 43 

Drum'er, Jane 61 

Drumlanrig, Lady Isabel 49 

Drumlanrig, Lord 4<J 

Drummond, Susanna 33 

DRURY, ISABELL 94: 11.1 

Drury, John 94 

Drury, Rev. John 12,113 

Drury, Joyce 113 

Du Boulay, Rev. Francis 28 

Du Boulay, Sybella 28 

Du Pin, J. de Grevelle 108 

DuCKETT, Ann 52 

Dudley, Ambrose 36 

Dudley, Anne 36 

Dudley, Isabel 36 

Duel, Margaret 60 

Dugdale, — 10,88,92,100,105,116 

Dun, Jo 105 

Duncan, Eleazer 93 

Duncan, Dr. Eleazer, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 92 

Duncan, Phcebe 93 

Duncan, — 4 

DuNcoN, Dr. Eleaz., Prebendary of 

Durham 92 

DuNCON, Flora 92 

DUNCON, — 5 

Dungannon, Arthur, Viscount 145 

DUNKON, Do'iA 5 

Dunn, Anne 54 

Dunn, Eliz 67 

Dunn, George 39 

Dunn, Jacob 54 

Dunn, Janam 39 

Dunn, Jane 70,79 

Dunn, Martin 79 

Dunn, Merriell 39 

Dunn, Ralph 67 

Dunne, Annam 40 

DuRANT, Isabella 49 

Durant, John 49 

DuRELL, Anne 128 

Durell, Rev. D 28 

Durell, David, D.D., Prebendary of Canter- 
bury 128 

Durell, Rev. David, D.D., Prebendary 

OF Durham 128 

Durell, John 128 

Durell, Philip Vavasor 128 

Durell, Thomas Vavasour 128 

Durell, see also Vavasseur-dit- Durell. 

Durham, Earl of 87 



Durham, Lord 81 


DuRY, Joh'is 12 

Dury, Rev. John 113 

Dury, Joyce 44, 113 



DtTRYE, John 7 


DuxBURY. Samuel 41 

Dykes, Rev. J. B 150,151,152 

Dykes, John Bacchus 149 

Dykes, Rev. John B 148, 141), 150 

Dykes, George Lionel Andrew 149 

Dyllycote, Jane 82 

Bales, David 102 

Earl, Ann 72 

Earle, Ann 58 

Earle, Robert 58 

Easter, Sarah 101 

Easterby, Ann 46 

Ebdon, T. 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 

140, 141, 142 

Ebdon, Thomas 136, 142, 143, 144, 145 

Ebdon, Rev. Thomas, Minor Canon of Dur- 
ham 139 

Ebdon, Thos 131,1.32 

Ebutts. Grace 4 

Ebutts, Philip 4 

Ebutts, Philippo 4 

Eden, Catherine 13,22 

Eden, Christian Florence 35 

Eden, Dorothy 119 

Eden, Elizabeth 73 

Eden, Florence 35 

Eden, Hannah 16 

Eden, Henry, M.D 53 

Eden, Jane 53 

Eden, John 13 

Eden, Lieut.-Col. John Henry 35 

Eden, Rev. John Patrick, Canon of Dur- 
ham 35 

Eden, Margaret 122 

Eden, Mary 53 

Eden, Mary Anne 13 

Eden, Robert 36 

Eden, Sir Robert 16, 22, 35, 73, 122 

Eden, Rev. Dr. Tho., Prebendary of 

Durham 119 

Eden. Rev. Dr. Thomas, Prebendary 

OF Durham 122 

Eden, Sir William 13 

Eden, — 36 

Eden, Dr 73 : w. 16 

Eden, Lady 126 

Eden, Lord Auckland 22 

Edmonds, Elizabeth Margaret Anne ... 31, 147 

Edmonds, Elizabeth NichoUs 147 

Edmonds, Rev. Richard 147 

Edmundson, Elisabeth 107 

Edmundson, Elizab 112 

Edmundson, John 112, 113 

Edmundson, Mary 112 

Edmundson, William 112 : n. 107, 113, 121 

Edmundson, — 121: ?i. 113 

Edward III., King of England 141 

Edward IV., King of England 88 

Edwards, Ambrose 69 

Edwards, Anne 69 

Edwards, Rev. Edward 152 

Edwards, Frederica Louisa 31 

Edwards, George 69 

Edwards, Isabel 69 

Edwards, Isabella 69 

Edwards, Rev. John, Canon of Dur- 
ham 152 

Edwards. Rev. John George 31 

Edwards, Louisa 152 

Edwards, Louisa Maria 31 

Edwards, Sarah 152 

Edwards, Canon 31 

Beyles, Davidis 96 

Eeyles, — 96 

Egerton, Catherine 24 

Egerton, Rev. Charles 24 

Egerton, Francis 24 

Egerton, Francis, Earl of Bridgewater ... 24 

Egerton, Henry 24 

Egerton, John, Bishop of Durham 24 

Egerton, John, Earl of Bridgewater 24 

Egerton, Mary 24 

Egerton, Bishop 20 

Egglestone, Margarett 83 

Ekins, Anne 148 

Ekins, Rev. Frederick 148 

Ekins, Dr. Jeffrey, Dean of Carlisle 148 

Ekins, Sarah Janetta 148 

Elder, Augusta 146 

Elder, Edith 144 

Elder, Rev. Edward 144, 146 

Elder, Rev. Edward, D.D 149 

Elder, Edward Farley 147 

Elder, Jane 66 

Elder, Thomas 66 

Eldon, Lord 27 

Eldridg, John 109 

Eldridge, Johannes 45 

Eldridge, John 106 

Eldridge, Margareta' 45 

Eldridge, Margarett 106 

Elleray', Elizabeth 125 

Elleray, George 122 

Ellington, John 20 

Ellington, Mary 20 

Elliot, Dorothy 155 

Elliot, John 155 

Elliot, Sarah 155 

Ellison, Cuthbert, M.P 81 

Ellison, Henrietta 81 

Ellison, Isabella Caroline 81 

Ellison, Isabella Grace 81 

Ellison, Laura Jane 81 

Ellison, Louisa 81 

Ellison, Sarah Caroline 81 

Ellison, see also Carr-Ellison. 

Ells, David 40 

Ells, Maegaretam 40 

Eleington, Bliz 48 

Elstob, Aliciam 45 

Elstob, Ann 49 

Elstob, Edvardus 45 

Elstob, Janam 40 

Blstobb, Gtjlielms 43 

Elstobb, Janam 43 

Elton, Ashley 181 

Elton, R. W 131 

Embleton, Aloe 37 

Emerson, An 38 

Emerson, Anna' 43 

Emerson, Anthony 52 

Emerson, Eliz 43 



Emeesox, Elizabeth 63 

Emerson, Frances 128 

Emersox, George 63 

Emekson, Georgius 43 

Emersox, Gulielms 42 

Emersox, Haxxa 66 

Emersox, Isabel 59 

Emerson, Isabella 128 

Emerson, Jane 52 

Emerson, Rev. John 128 

Emersox, Margaretam 45 

Emersox, Mary 48 

Emersox, Obadiah 66 


Emmersox, Alice 77 

Emmersox, Axxe 61 

Emmersox, Christopher 64 

Emmersox, Dorothy 75 

Emmersox, Eliz 64 

Emmersox, Geo 61 

Emmersox, George 77 

Emmersox, Georgius 40 

Emmersox, Johx 83 

Emmersox, Margaret 77 

Emmersox, Mary 77 

Emmersox, Ralph 75 

Erixgtox, Jaxe 52 

Eeringtox, Axx 66 

Ereixgtox, Barbara 63 

Errixgtox, Johx 66 

Errixgtox, Mary 68 

Errington, William 68 

Este, see D'Este. 

Estienne, Florence 103 

Eture, Alice 92 

Eture, James 92 

Eture, Mary 92 

EuBAXK, Aliciam 43 



Eure, Frances 87 

Eure, Sir Ralph 87 

Eure, Lord 87 

EvAXCE, Mary 131 

EvAxcE, William 131 

EvAxs, Arthur Thomas Fabiax 155 


Evans, Rev. Robert 124 

EvAXS, ROSAMOXD 152 : n. 33, 156, 158 

EvAxs, Thomas Saunders, D.D.. Caxox 

OF Durham 53,158: m. 155 

Evans, Rev. T. S., Canon of Durham 156 

EvAXS, Caxox 154, 157 

EvExixG, Axx 71 

Evett, Axx 150 

Evett, William 152 : w. 150 

Ewbanck, Ann 59 

Ewbanke, Anne 89 

Ewbanke, Elizabeth 82 

Ewbanke, Elsabeth 89 

Ewbanke, Henry 98 

Ewbanke, Henry, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham ., 89 

Ewbanke, Jana 98 

Ewbanke, Toby 82 

EWBAXKE,— 2:w.98 

Exeter, H 30 

Exton, Bridg-et 15 

Exton, Sir Thomas 15 

Eyles, Axx 65 

Eyles, Thomas 65 

Eyre, Samuel, D.D., Peebexdary of 

Durham 107 

Faber, — 138 

Fairbarxes, Axxa' 43 

Fairbarxes, Axxam 46 

Fairbarxes, Mariam 46 

Fairbarnes, Thomas 43,46 

Fairbarns, Isabel 47 

Fairelas, Edward 92 

Fairelas, Margaret 92 

Fairelas, Richard 92 

Fairfax, — 141 

Fairlesse, Jaxe lio 

Fairlesse, Johx no 

Falle, Rev. Philip, Prebendary of Durham 128 

Fanshaw, Lady 15 

Farrah, Mark 68 

Farrah, William 68 

Farrar, Rev. Caxox 158 







Fareer, An 
Farree, John 
Farrer, Mark . . 
Farrow, Anne 
Farrow, Eliz. 
Farrow, John 

Farrow, Mariam 38 

Farrow, Mark 68 

Farrow, Mary 68 

Farrow, Xicholaus 38 

Farrow, William 68 

Faucet, Thomas 120 

Fawcett, Rev, Dr., Prebendary of 

Durham 125 

Fawcett, Elizabeth 125 

Fawcett, John 125 

Fawcett, — 81, 148 

Fa WDOX, Alice 58 

Fawdox, Eliz 53 

Fea, Peter 74 

Fea, Sarah 74 

Feaster, Dorothy 102 

Featherstoxe, Isabel 117 

Feilding-, Anne 141 

Feilding, Axxe Matilda 133 

Feilding, Charles Israel 147 

Feilding, Charlotte 127 

Feilding, Charlotte Anne 147 

Feilding, Elizabeth Eleanor 141 

Feilding, George 133 : ?i. 141 

Feilding, Israel 123, 127 

Feilding, Margery 127 

Feilding, Martha 123 

Feilding, Sophia Elizabeth 147 

Felice, see De Felice. 

Fells, .Jane 50 

Fells, Robert 50 

Fenwick, Christopher Hardinge 153 

Fexwick, Dorothy 140 

Fenwick, Dr 134 

Ffxwick, Eliz 54 

Fexwick, Elizabeth 23 : 7t. 4 

Fenwick, Fraxces 153 

Fenwick, J. R., M.D 140 

Fexwick,Jaxe 51 

Fenwick, John, M.D , 136,148 

Fexwick, Johx Ralph, M.D. ... 148 : n. 136 

Fexwick, Lady 49: m. 50, 106 

Fenwick, Margaret 136 

Fenwick, Mary 143 

Fenwick, Nich 54 

A A 



Fenwick, Robert 23 

Fenwick, Sir Robert 49 

Fenwick, Thomas 153 

Fenwick. Tristram 4 

Fenwick^— 118 

Feu wick- Clennell, Frances 153 

Fenwick-Clennell, Thomas 153 

Ferelesse, Jane 82 

Ferguson, Jane 68 

Ferguson, Samuel 68 

Ferraby, Isabel 48 

Ferrand, Ann 155 

Ferrand, Rev. Thomas 155 

Fetherstenhailgh, Jane 36 

Fetherston, Janam 44 

Fetherston, Joh'es 44 

Fetherston, Maria 146 

Fetherston, Mary 51, 58 

Fetherston, Sir Ralph 146 

Fetherstonhalg-h, Elizabeth 58 

Fetherstonhalyfh, Mary 58 

Fetherstonhaljjfh, William 58 

Fewler, Maky 67 

Fewster, Dorothy 102 

Fewster, Elizabeth 75 

Fewster, Joh'es 12 

Fewster, John 102 

Fewster, Mar^^rett 101 

Fewster, Mary 55 

Fewster, Rev. Nich'ii 12 

Fewster, Nicholas 102 

Fewster, Rev. Nicholas 102 

Fewster, Rev. Nicholas, Minor Canon 

of Durham 101 

Fielding, Ann 125 

Fielding, Charlotte 127 

Fielding, Israel 125 

Fielding, Margery 125 

Fielding, Martha 123 

FiLMooR, Joan 56 

Filmoor, Robt 56 

Finch, Catharine 58 

Finch, Catherine 75 

Finch, Lady 22 

Finch, Mary 75 

Finch, Phyllis 71 

Finch, Robert 71 

Finch, Tobit 75 

Finney, Dr. James, Prebendary of 

Durham 112,118 

Finney, Mary 112: ?i. 118 

Finney, William 118 

Firth, Edmund Nelson May 34 

Firth, Rev. G-. W. Anson 159 

Firth, George William Anson ... 34, 158 

Firth, Louisa Caroline 34 

Fitch, Sarah 146 

Fletcher, Aliciam 43 

Flintoff, Beatrice 155:^.153 

Flintoff, David 152 : n. 153, 156 

Flintoff, Elizabeth 154 

Flintoff, James 153 

Flintoff, Jane 153 

Flintoff, Marianne 156 

Flintoff, Mary Ann 153 

Flintoff, Sarah 142 

Flintoff, Thomas 153 

Follonsby, Henry 83 

Follonsby, Jane 83 

Ford, Fanny Joan 79 

Ford, Gerard 79 

Ford, John 79 

Foreman, Maeia' 42 

Foreman, Rad'us 42 

Forrest, Marg'tam 42 

Forsaith, Andrew 65 

Forsaith, Dorothy 65 

Forster, Abigail 66 

Forster, Ann 121 

Forster, Ann Esther 135 

Forster, Catherina' 42 

Forster, Cuthbert 66 

Forster, Dorothy 47: ?t. 48 

Forster, Elisab 45 

Forster, Elizabeth 74 : n. 6, 7, 124 

Forster, Frances 7 

Forster, Francis 6, 45 

Forster, Gabriel 7 

Forster, Isab 53 

Forster, Isabel 59 

Forster, Joan 63 

Forster, John 78, 119 : n. 7, 41, 59 

Forster, Joseph 60,74 

Forster, Magdalenam 42 

Forster, Margt 78 

Forster, Maria' 42 

Forster, Martinus 42 

Forster, Mary 60,66 

Forster, Matthew 7 

Forster, Phyllis 71 

Forster, Thomas 6, 47 

Forster, Rev. Will., Minor Canon of 

Durham 63 

Forster, Sir William 48 

Foster, Abraham 125 

Foster, Ann 11 

Foster, Catherine 107 

Foster, Christian 103 

Foster, Christianus 9 

Foster, Elisab 45 

Foster, Elizabetha 98 

Foster, Ellenora' 41 

Foster, Francis 6, 7, 94 

Foster, Gabriell 7 

Foster, Jacobus 37 

Foster, Jana' 37 

Foster, Joh'es 98 

Foster, Joh'is 98 

Foster, Johannis 9 

Foster^ John 7, 8, 94 : w. 16 

Foster, Joseph 123 

Foster, Katherine 108 

Foster, Margaret 126 

Foster, Margarett 7 

Foster, Mariam 43 

Foster, Thomas 122 

Foster, Thomasine 124 

Foster, Willia' 8 

Fountayne-Wilson, — 26 

Fowler, An 38 

Fowler, Eden 40 

Fowler, Isabell 38 

Fowler, J. T 159 

Fowler, John 38 

Fowler, Mariam 41 

Fowler, Thomas 38 

Fox, Sarah 51 

Frances, — 18 

Freeman, Sarah 152 

Freeman, Col 152 

Frewin, Francis 100 

Frickleton, Patience 94 



Friend, Mary 49 

Frizzell, — 7 

Frowde. Penelope 47 

Frowde, Sir Philip 47 


Fulthorp, Timothy 43 

FuRBAXK. Christian 71 

FuRBANK, Edvardus 44 

Furbank! Maria' 4i 

Fyler, Elizabeth 138 

Fyler, Mary 138 

Fyler. Samuel 138 

Fynney, James. D.D., Prebendary of 

Durham 52 

Fynney, Jane 52 

Fynney, Mary 118 

Fynney, William 118 

G., Sir John 

Gallaly, Isabel 

Gallaly, William 

Gallowly. Anna' 

Gamesby. Hannah 

Gamlex, Rev. S 

Gamlen, Rev. Samuel, Minor Canon of 


Garfoot, Elizabeth 

Garfoot, Tho 

Garfoot , — 

Garfoote, Katherinam 

Garcett, Jane 

Gargrave, Elizabeth 

Gargrave, Franciscam 

Gargrave, Johannes 

Garret, Eliz 

Garret, Lancelot 

Garry, Eliz 

Garry, Geo 

Garry, George 

Garth, Ann 

Garth, Eliz 

Garth, James 

Garth, John 52.117: n 

Garth, Margraret 

Garth, Will 

Garthwaite, Alice 

Garthwaite, Jane 

Gascoigne, Alice 

Gascoigne, Dorothy 

Gascoigne, Will 

Gascoyne, — 

Gaydon, Agnes 

Gaydon, Johannis 

Gaydon, John 

Gaydon, Margareta 

Gaynes, Anthony 

Gaynes, Christopher 

Gaynes. Eleanor 

Gaynes, Francis 

Gaynes, Jane 

Gaynes, Margaret 

Gaynes, Sarah 

Gedlin, Mary 

Gee, Stephen 

Gee, — 

Geeres, Elizabeth 

Geeres, John 

Geeres, Mathew 

Geeres, — 

Geers, Gulielmus 

Geers, Isabel 



Geers, Jo 3 

Geers, Johannes 3, 92 

Geers, Johannis 3, 5 

Geers, John 88 

Geers, Margarett 88 : ?t. 3 

Geers, Mathew 5 

Geers, — 5 

Geldart, Ann 47 

Geldert, Annam 42 

Geldert, Joh'es 42 

Gelson, Hannah 71 

Gelson, Ralph *J0 

Gelson, Rev. Ralph, Minor Canon of Dur- 
ham 60 

Gelson, Rebbecca 60 

Gelson, Rob 71 

Gent. Mary 74 

Georg-e, see St. George. 

George III., King of England 154 

George IV., King of England 154 

Gerard, Charles 114 

Gerard, Frances 114 

Gerard, Sir Gilbert 12 

Gerard, Mary 12 

Gerrard, Charles 114 

Gerrard, Frances 114 

Gerrard, Gilberto 12 

Gibbin. Catherine 57 

Gibbon, Ann 24,49 

Gibbon, Elizabeth 23 

Gibbon, Grace 23 

Gibbon, Hannah ^ 26 

Gibbon, Jane 51,78 

Gibbon, John 49 

Gibbon, Thomas 23,24: w. 26 

Gibbons, Judith 87 

Gibbons, Rev. Marmaduke 87 

Gibson, Ann 60, 70 

Gibson, Annam 42 

Gibson, Eliz 51 

Gibson, Elizabeth 51 

Gibson, Franciscam 45 

Gibson, Geo 70 

Gibson, George 62 

Gibson, Gulielms 42 

Gibson, Hannah 46,62 

Gibson, Isabel 58 

Gibson, Jane 59 

Gibson, John 59 : vi. 58 

Gibson, Joseph 59 

Gibson, Marg'tam 43 

Gibson, Mary 59 

Gibson, Thomasine 62 

Gibson, Will 62 

Gifford, Fredismund 82 

Gifitord, Ralph 82 

GiLKiN, Mary 51 

Gill, Anne 56 

Gill, Eliza 33, lo8 

Gill, John 56 

Gill, John Slater 33,158 

GiLLY, Alice Anne 29 

Gilly, Charles Pudsey 30 

GiLLY, Frederick Dawson 29 

Gilly, Jane Charlotte Mary 29,30 

GiLLY, W. S., Prebendary of Durham 135, 

136, 139 
GiLLY, William Stephen, D.D.. Pre- 
bendary of Durham 29, 30 

Gilpin, Janam 40 

Glassington, Mary 73 



Glover, Anthony 95 

Glover, Sarah 95 

GoLBOURN, Ann 66 



GooDCHiLD, Anne 57 

GooDCHiLD, Grace 64 

GooDCHiLD, John 64 

GOODCHILD, Ralph 57 

Gordon, Alexandri 92 

Gordon, Ann 110 

Gordon, Anna' 42 

Gordon, Anne 110 

Gordon, Elizabetha 92 

Gordon, Isabella 110 

Gordon, James 110 

Gordon, John 110 

Gordon-Hallyburton, Lady Catherine 

Louisa 20 

Gordon-Hallyburton, Lord Douglas, M.P. 20 

Gouerueger, Elizabeth 38 

GowER, EvERS, Archdeacon of Dur- 
ham 6 

Gowland, Robert 90 

Grace, Ann 139 

Grace, John 139 

Graham, Ann 67 

Graham, Geo 112 

Graham, Sir Georg-e 49,105 

Graham, Jane 65 

Graham, John 67 

Graham, Lady Mary 49, 105 

Graham, Richard 112 

Graham, Richard, Viscount Preston ... 49, 105 

Graham, Will., D.D 112 

Graham, William, D.D., Dean of Carlisle 

and Wells 105 

Graham, — 49 

Graham, Dr 50 

Grahme, Richardus 11 

Grahme, Wmi, Dean of Carlisle and 

Prebendary of Durham 11 

Grainge, Mary 62 

Grainger, Ann 67 

Grainger, John 68 

Grainger, Mary 68 

Grantley, Lord 69 

Granville, Anne 106 

Granville, Sir Bevil 106, 117 

Granville, Bridgfet 117 

Granville, Dean 117 

Granville, Dean and Archdeacon 107 

Granville, Dr. Denys, Dean of Dur- 
ham 106 

Granville, Dr 9 

Granville, — 97 

Granville, Earl of Bath 106 

Granville, Lord 106 

Gravelle, Frances 103 

Gravbner, — 113 

Gray, Dr 7, 132 

Gray, Dr., Bishop of Bristol 147 

Gray, Dr., Prebendary op Durham ... 132 

Gray, Edmond 129 

Gray, Edward 95 

Gray, Elizabeth 94, 129, 132 

Gray, Elizabetham 39 

Gray, Ellenoram 45 

Gray, Hillary 95 

Gray, Johannes 39 

Gray, Robert 7,94 

Gray, Roberto, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 11 

Gray, Rev. Robt., D.D., Prebendary of 

Durham 129 

Gray, Thomas 7 

Graye, An 7 

Graye, Doritye 95 

Graye, Henrye 95 

Grayhm, Dr 105 

Grayhm, Richard 105 

Greatorex, Annie Martha 151 

Greatorex, Annie Maude 31 

Greatorex, Anthony 154 

Greatorex, Cecilia 31 

Greatorex, Charles Thorp 32,153 

Greatorex, Constance Mary 32 

Greatorex, Dan 154 

Greatorex, Editha Maude 148 

Greatorex, Rev. E 157 

Greatorex, Rev. Edward 148, 153 

Greatorex, Rev. Edward, Minor 

Canon of Durham... 31, 32 : «. 1.54, 158 
Greatorex, Rev. Edward Harcourt... 31 
Greatorex, Edwd., 31, 32, 145, 146, 147, 148, 

149, 150, 151 

Greatorex, Elizabeth 31,32,154,158 

Greatorex, Elizabeth Antonia 31 

Greatorex, Mary Christine 31 

Greatorex, Thomas 31, 151, 154 

Greatorex, — 154 

Green, Anne 106 

Green, Barbara 72 

Green, Christopher 96 

Green, Eliz 72 

Green, Elizabeth 4 

Green, Hellenen 38 

Green, Margaret 96 

Green, Jacobi, Minor Canon of Dur- 
ham 4 

Green, Katherina 4 

Green, Margareta 4 

Green, Margarett 53 

Green, Muriel 66 

Green, Robert 53 

Green, Rowland 72 

Green, Wm 53 

Green, — 106 

Greene, James 6 

Geeene, James. Minor Canon of Dur- 
ham 5,94,96 

Greene, JoANE 5 

Greene, Margarett 8 

Greene, Marye 6, 94 

Greenside, Mary 50 

Greenvile, Dionysio 12 

Greenvill, Dennis, Prebendary and 

Archdeacon of Durham 9 

Greenwell, Eliz 60 

Greenwell, Janam 38 

Greenwell, Thomas 38, 60 

Greenwill, Alan 139 

Greenwood, Ajynes 154 

Greenwood, Agnes Harrison 154, 159 

Greenwood, John 154, 159 

Greggs, George 16 

Greggs, Jo 16 

Greggs, William 16 

Gregory, Rev. Edward 119 

Gregory, Eliz 71 

Gregory, James 71 

Gregory, Mary 119 



Gregson, Ann 62 

Gre^son, Deborah 55 

Gregfson, Georofe 55 

Gregson, Hannah _ 55 

GrefTson, Thomas 55, 62 

Gregson, William 55, 62 

Gregson, Wm 55 

Grenville, Isabel ;^6 

Grenville, Richard "^6 

Gresley, sec Douglas-Gresley. 

Grey, Hon. Rev. A., Prebendary of 

Durham 130 

Grey, Ann H^ 

Grev, Eliz 113 

Grey, Elizabeth 110, 120, H7 

Grey, Sir Henry 1-17 

Grey, Lord 7, 25 

Grey, Mad 49 

Grey, Margaret 75 

Grey, Rob 11^ 

Grey. Robert ■ 110, 113, 120 

Grey, Dr. Robert, Prebendary of Durham . 7 

Grey, Thomas 75 

Grey, — ...: 7 

Greye, — ^5 

Grice, William Henry 159 

Griffith, Edward 130 

Griffith, Elleanor 155 

Griffith, Frances 155 

Griffith, George 1^:7 

Griffith, Henry 1^0 

Griffith, John ... 130, 140, 143 : n. 145, 147, 

155, 157 
Griffith, Mary 130, 157 : n. 143, 145, 147, 155 

Griffith, Thomas 155 

Grim, Isabellam "10 

Grim, Thomas -10 

Grinwell, Elizabeth 86 

Grinwell, John 86 

Grinwell, Robert 86 

Grinwell, Margaret ., 86 

Grossier, Margt 68 

Grundy, Ellenr 53 

Grundy, Tho 53 

Guidon, Agnes 4 

Guidon, John 4 

Guorden, Ann 110 

Guorden, — . 


Guy, Anna' ^■l 

Guy, Charles 70 

Guy, Margt 70 

Gyll, Thos 77 

Hackworth, Elizabeth 90 

Haggitt, Catherine 25 

Haggitt, Christina 25 

Haggitt, Rev. F 132 

Haggitt, Rev. Francis, D.D., Pre- 
bendary OF Durham 25 

Haggitt, Lucy 25 

Hale, Rev. Edward 80 

Hale, Dr. Geoffrey Edward 80 

Hale, Mary 80 

Halhead, Margery 127 

Halhead, Nicholas 127 

Halifax, Carolus, Baron 45 

Hall, Agnes 4 

Hall, An 38 

Hall, Ann 66, 130 : n. 131, 132, 134, 139 

Hall, Hon. Anna Maria Bridget 134 

Hall, Annam 43, 44 

Hall, Anne 131, 134 

Hall, Anthony 74 

Hall, Barbara HI 

Hall, Charles, Dean of Hocking 134 

Hall, Rev. Charles Henry, D.D., Dean 

of Durham 134 

Hall, Cuth 109 

Hall, Dorothea' 41 

Hall, Eleanor 2 

Hall, Eliz 63 

Hall, Elizabeth 54, 130, 131, 14b 

Hall, Frances 153 

Hall, Franciscam 45 

Hall, Hester 46 

Hall, Isabella 135 

Hall, Isabella' 37 

Hall, Isabellam 44 

Hall, Jana' 37 

Hall, Jane 72, 130 : n. 127 

Hall, John 54, iHJ, 130, 131, 140 : n. 74, 135, 

138, 146, 154 
Hall, Jonathan, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 120 

Hall, Josephus •• 45 

Hall, Margt 67 

Hall, Mary 74, 75, 156 

Hall, Matth^us 37 

Hall, Ovington..... 138 

Hall, Philip 63 

Hall, Robert 130, 131, 138, 144 : >i. 139 

Hall, Sarah 5o 

Hall, Thomas 44, oo, 75 

Halliburton, Ann 58 

Hallifax, Georgiana 27 

Hallifax, Rev. R. F 27 

Hallifax, Samuel, Bishop of St. Asaph ... 27 

Hallyburton, James 120 

Hallyburton, Mary 120 

Hallyburton, see Gordon-Hallyburton. 

Hallyman, Elisabeth 62 

Hallyman, Will. 62 

Halyburton, Jean 12o 

Halyburton, — 12o 

Hamilton, Eliza Arabella Sarah ... 79 
Hamilton, G. H., Archdeacon of 

Northumberland 158 

Hamilton, George Hans, D.D., Arch- 
deacon OF Northumberland, 

Canon of Durham 79 

Hamilton, Rev. Archdeacon, Canon 

of Durham 158 

Ham'on, Lady 93 

Hammon, Domina Elizabeth! 6 

Ham'ond, Lady 6 

Hammond, Sir William 37 

Hammond, Lady 6,37,93 

Hanby, Dorothy 52,71 

Hanby, Elizabetha 16 

Hanby, Frances 13 

Hanby, Francis 13: «. 52 

Hanby, Francisci 16 

Hanby, Isabella 13 

Hanby, Jonathan 60 

Hanby, Mary 60: «. 13 

Hanby, Thomas 52 

Hanby, William Ip 

Hanby, — 13 

Handy, John 130 

Harding, Isabell 55 

Hardinge, Frances 1^3 

Hardinge, Frederick 153 



Hardino-e, Viscount 153 

Hardy, Jane 77 

Harebottle, Jane 55 

Harebottle, Wm 55 

Hargrave, Rev. — 94 

Haring'ton, Frances 21 

Harison, Ann ••^7 

Harison, Joh'is 38 

Harison, John 37 

Harison, Margaretam 38 

Marker, Margaret 69 

Harker, Mary 68 

Harland, Anne 1-11 : ». 137 

Harland, Charles 137 

Harland, Sarah 70 

Harland, William 137, l-ll : n. 23 

Harland, William Charles 137 

Harle, Jacobus 44 

Harle, Margarett 53 

Harle, Mary 76 

Harle, Rachel 44 

Harper, Cibelle 63 

Harperley, Franciscam 40 

Harperly, Mariam 41 

Harperly, Thomas 41 

Harrison, Agnes 154 

Harrison, Anna' 41,45 

Harrison, Anne 86 

Harrison, Anthony 57 

Harrison, Antonius 39 

Harrison, Ciciliam 41 

Harrison, Edvards 41 

Harrison, Eleanor 65 

Harrison, Eliz 53, 67, 70 

Harrison, Elizabetham 39, 40 

Harrison, Bllenora' 43 

Harrison, Ellenoram 39 

Harrison, Francisca' 44 

Harrison, Isabel 92 

Harrison, Jacobus 39 

Harrison, Jane 57, 63 

Harrison, Johannes 39, 40 

Harrison, John 65, 67, 70 : n. 86 

Harrison, Margaret 60:^.55,104 

Harrison, Margarett 74 

Harrison, Maria' 41 

Harrison, Mariam 39,40 

Harrison, Mary 67 : ?;.. 104 

Harrison, Richard 60 

Harrison, Robt 53 

Harrison, Thomas 43 

Harrison. Sir Thomas 104 

Hartfell, James, Earl of 105 

Hartfell, Lady Margaret, Countess of 49 

Hartfell, Earl of 49 

Hartley, Phillis 154 

Hartley, William 156 

Ilartwell, Dr 106 

Hartwell, Frances 117 

Hartwell, Dr. William, Prebendary 

OF Durham 117 

Harvey, Mary 152 

Harvey, — 152 

Harwood, Margaretta 10 

Harwood, Stephen 10 

Haslewood, Boulby 127 

Haslewood, D 28, 130, 131 

Haslewood, Rev. D 134 

Haslewood, Dick., Minor Canon op 

Durham 127 

Haslewood. Dickens 130,131 

Haslewood, Rev. Dickens 133 

Haslewood, Rev. Dickens, Minor 

Canon of Durham 126 

Haslewood, Eliza 126 

Haslewood, Elizabeth 130, 133, 134 

Haslewood, Henry 126 

Haslewood, Sarah 130 

Haslewood, Thomas 127 

Hastings, Edmund 145 

Haswell, Mary 54 

Haswell, Sarah 135 

Hausley, Catherine 52 

Hauxley, Ellinor 49 

Hauxley, John 52 

Hauxly, Annam 44 

Hawdon, Annam 40 

Hawdon, Christoph 40 

Hawdon, Janam 40 

Hawdon, Richardus 40 

Hawkins, Esther 120 

Hawkins, Sir John Cajsar 27 

Hawkins, Will 109 

Hawksworth, Margarett 74 

Hawksworth, Margt 66 

Hawksworth, Robert 74 

Hawksworth, Robt 66 

Hayes, James 119 

Hays. Eleanor 143, 145 

Hays, John 130, 143, 145, 155, 157 

Hays, Mary 130, 143, 145, 147, 155, 157 

Hayton, Eleanor 75 

Hayton, Richard 75 

Hazard, .Jno 64 

Hazard, Rebec' 64 

Hazlewood, Rev. Dickins 159 

Hazlewood, Rev. Dickins, Minor Canon of 

Durham 134 

Hazlewood, Elizabeth 134, 159 

Headlam, Aurelius 49 

Headlam, Frances 128 

Headlam, Mary 49 

Headlam, Thomas Emerson 128 

Headlam, Archdeacon 128 

Headley, Katherina 96 

Headley, Roberti 96 

Heads, Ann 68 

Heard, Mary 54 

Hearde, Is 69 

Heath, Dorothy 86, 106 

Heath, Elizabeth 2 : «. 8 

Heath, Jane 65 

Heath, Johan'e 5 

Heath, JoHANNE 4,5 

Heath, John 8,88 

Heath, Margaret 88 

Heath, Margareta 5 

Heath, Nicholas 2 : ». 106 

Heath, Robt 65 

Heath, Thomas 86 

Heaviside, Henry 65 

Heaviside, Isabel 65 

Heawood, Christiana 34, 79 

Heawood, Geoffrey Leonard 34 

Heawood, Rev. John Richard 79 

Heawood, Percy John 34, 79 

Heccles, Anna' 45 

Heckles, Gerard 67 

Heckles, Isabel 67 

Hedlam, Ann 49 

Hedlam, George 49 

Hedlam, Hannah 49 



Hedlam. Phcsbe 49 

Hedlam, Ralph 49 

Hedlam, William 49 

Hedley, Sarah 156 

Hedly, Carolus 43 

Hedly, Marg'tam 43 

Hedworth, Alice 95 

Hedworth, Christopher 95 

Hedworth, Kalph 95 

Hedworth, Richard 95 

Heethe, John 86 

Hegg, Ann 87 

Hegg-, Anna 84 

Hegg', Anne 87 

Hegg, Elizabeth 82, 87 

Hegg, Frances 87 

Hegg, Isabel 87 

Hegg, John 87 

Hegg, Judith 87 

Hegg, Richard 87 

Hegg, Robert • 87, 89 

Hegg, Stephen 82, 84, 87 

Hegg, Rev. Stephen 87 

Hegg, Steven 87 

Hegge, Anna 84 

Hegge, Anne 84 

Hegge, John 87 

Hegge, Ralph 87 

Hegge, Richard 87 

Hegge, Stephani 84 

Hegge, Stephen 87, 89 

Hegge, Rev. Stephen 87 

Heighington, Ambrosii 14 

Heighington, Catherine 14 

Heighington, Deborah 46 

Heighington, Frances 14 

Heighington, Gartrett 14 

Heighington, Maria 14 

Heighington, Richard 14 

Heighington, William 14 

Heighley, Richardus 40 

Heighley, Thomasinam 40 

Helestine, Frances 73 

Helestine, James 73 

Heming, Thomas • 141 

Henderson, Isab 53 

Henderson, Jane 64 

Henderson, Mary 55, 66 

Henderson, Matthew 55 

Henderson, Rich 53 

Henderson, William 81 

Henekar, Elizabeth 93 

Henshaw, Anne 137 

Henshaw, Caroline 138 

Henshaw, Emily 137 

Henshaw, Emily Charlotte 137 

Henshaw, Joseph 137 

Henshaw, W 137 

Henshaw, William 139: ?i. 137 

Herne, — 74 

Heron, Frances 38 

Heron, Mary 93 

Her ries. Sir John Maxwell, Lord 50 

Heseltine, Frances 119 

Heseltine, James 119, 123 

Heslop, Sarah 56 

Heslopp, Ann 49 

Heslopp, Dinah 54 

Heslopp, John 49 

Hester, MiRRiAMA' 41 

Hester, Sarah 101 

Hetherington, Mary 139,150 

Hetherington, Hon. Richard 139, 150 

Hett, Margaretam 41 

Hewison, Geo 66 

Hewison, Mary 66 

Hewitson, Catherine 65 

Heyden, Katherine 133 

Heyden, Samuel 133 

Hickerongill, Anna' 42 


HiCKSON, Eliz 51 

Higgons, Bridget 117 

Higgons, Sir Thomas 117 

Hildesley, Margaret , 21 

Hildesley, Dr. Mark, Bishop of Sodor and 

Man 21 

Hill, Annabella 89 

Hill, Anne 145 

Hill, Arthur, Viscount Dungannon 145 

Hill, John 89 

Hill, Martha 138 

Hillary, Mary 63 

Hills, Ann 78 

Hills, Georgius 41 

Hills, Margeria' 41 

Hilton, Annam 42 

Hilton, Barbara 11 : «. 6, 92, 121 

Hilton, Catherine 91 

Hilton, Cuth 102, 117 

Hilton, Cdthbert ... 9, 59, 104, 117 : n. 121 

Hilton, Cuthberti 11,12,98 

Hilton, Dorothea 97 

Hilton, Dorotheam 46 

Hilton, Dorothy 46 

Hilton, Elianor 104 

Hilton, Elizabeth 78,116,118 

Hilton, Ellenor 38 

Hilton, Frances 78 

Hilton, James 91: w. 6, 92 

Hilton, Jane 59,117,119 

Hilton, Lancelot... 104 : w. 46, 91, 116, 118 

Hilton, Lanceloti 97 

Hilton, Lancelott 9 

Hilton, Margaret 120 

Hilton, Margareta 12 

Hilton, Maria 98 

Hilton, Martha 12, 102 

Hilton, Mary 104, 114 

Hilton, Rob 104 

Hilton, Robert 9, 103 

Hilton, Robt 117 

Hilyard, Francis 86 

Hinde, 6w Archer-Hinde, a7ul also Hodg- 

Hindmarsh, Charles 70 

HiNDMARSH, Sarah 70 

HiNMERS, Eleanor 71 

HiNMERS, Wm 71 

HiNSON, Isabella 34 

HiNSON, James 34 

HiNSON, James-Arthur 34 

Hibzel, — 121 

HixoN, Eliz 71 : ?t. 51 

HixoN, Ellinor 51 

HixoN, John 71 

HixoN, Marg'tam 41 

HixoN, Robert 51 

HixoN, Tho 41 

Hoar, Anne 141 

Hoar, Charles 137 

Hoar, Frances 23, 137 



Hoar, George 23,137 

Hoar, Mary 23 

Hoar, William 23, 137, 141 


HOBSON, Annam 40 

HoBSON, Eleanor 65 

HOBSON, Eliz 70 

HoBSON, Jerimiah 40 

HOBSON, Margarett 73 

HoDGHSON, Jane 59 

HoDGSHON, Jane 48 

HoDGSHON, Mary 72 

HoDGSHON. Ralph 48 

HoDGSHON, Susanna 59 

Hodgson, Dorothy 74 

Hodgson, Fortune 67 

Hodgson, Hilda 72 

Hodgson, John 71, 74 : «. 150 

Hodgson, Mary 71 

Hodgson, Nicholas 103 

Hodgson, Ralph 67 

Hodgson, Sarah 103: ?t. 150 

Hodg-son-Hinde, — 150 

Hodshon, Anna' 41 

Hodshon, Catherine 57 

Hodshon, Eliz 51 

Hodshon, Geo 57 

Hodshon, Michael 41 

Hogg, Anne 21, 22 

Hog'g', Christopher 43 

Hogg, Dorothy 23 

Hog-g, Eleanor 43 

Hogg, Elizabeth 22 

Hogg, Isabel 21 

Hogg, Jane 22 

Hogg, John 21 

Hogg, Thomas 21, 22, 23, 123, 124 

Hogg, Thos 21, 22 

Hogg, Ursula 43 

Hogg, William 22 

Hogg, Wm 123 

HoLDEN, Beatrice Blandina 31 

HoLDEN; Elizabeth Margaret Anne 81, 147 
HoLDEN, Florence Tovey 32 


HoLDEN, Georgiana Bailey 31,32,33 

Holden, Rev. Henry 147 

HoLDEN, Rev. Henry, D.D., Canon of 

Durham 31, 32, 33 

HoLDEN, Henry Edmonds 31 

Holden, Hyla 32 

Holden, Josephine Fanny 32 

Holden, Rachel Belasyse 33 

Holden, Rose 32 

Holden, Verb 32,153 

Holder, Ashley 131 

Holder, Henry Evans, M.D 131 

Holderness, Conyers Darcy, Earl of 45 

Holland, Dorothy 58 

Holland, Eleakor Mary 34 

Holland, Mary Gertrude 34 

Holland, Stephen 58 

Holland, Rev. William Lyall 34 

Hollingbery, Charlotte Charlton 149 

Hollingbery, J 149 

Hollingbery, Thomas, D.D., Prebendary of 

St. Paul's 149 

Hood, Margt 62 

Hopper, Anne 137 

Hopper, Anthony 132 

Hopper, Barbara 84 

Hopper, Rev. Edmund Hector 73, 104 

Hopper, Eliz 49 

Hopper, Elizabeth 126,129: «. 3, 73 

Hopper, Elizabetham 139 

Hopper, Hendry 129 : «. 73 

Hopper, Jane 54 

Hopper, Jarard 84 

Hopper, John 49: «. 73 

Hopper, John Thomas Hendry 10, 137 

Hopper, Margaret 54 

Hopper, Mary 118 

Hopper, Philadelphia 10 

Hopper, Tho 118 

Hopper, Ralph 10 

Hopper, Rosetta Anne 137 

Hopper, Wm 54 

Hopper, — 81 

Hopper, Rev. — 126 

Hopper- Williamson, — 73 

Home, Elizabeth 85 

Home, John 85 


Hornesby, Nicolaus 45 

Hornsby, Catherine 76 

HoRNSBY, Eliz 62 

Hornsby, Elizabeth 76 

HoRNSBY, Mary 73 

Hornsby, Thomasin 124 

Hornsby, Thos 124 

Hornsby, — 124 

HoRSELEY, Barbara 48 

Horseley, Eleanor 71 

HoRSELEY, Tho 48 

Horseman,Ann 75 

Horseman, Beigida 15 

Horseman, Eleanor 120 

Horseman, Elisabeth 16, 108 

Horseman, Gulielmi 15 

Horseman, Mary 18,71: m. 107 

Horseman, Robert 18 

Horseman, Thomasin 102 

Horseman, Timothy 107: «. 12 

Horseman, William 18 : n. 12, 107, 114 

Horseman, Wm 16, 71, 108, 117 

Horseman, — 100 


Horsman, John 101 

HOESMAN, Katherine 114 

Horsman, Magdalena' 40 

Horsman, Mary 109 

Horsman, Tho 111,114 

Horsman, Will 109 

Horsman, Will'mi 12 

Horsman, — 12 

How, Cath 57 

How, Francis 57 

How, Isabel 64 

How, Philip 64 

How, sec Walsham-How. 

Howard, Henry 127 

Howell, Ellenoram 46 

Howell, Mary 54 

Howell, Wm 54 

Howley, Dr. William, Archbishop of Can- 
terbury 32 

Howson, Elizabeth 90 

Howson. Elsabeth 90 

Howson, John, Bishop of Durham 90 

Howson, — , Bishop of Durham 92 

Hubback, Barbara 23 

Hubback, Jane 23 



Hubback, John 23 

HuBBOCK. Kathekine 103 

HuBBOCKE. Mary 37 

HUBBUCK, Katteen 8 

HucHiNSON, James 1 : «. 95 


HucK, Hannah 6!) 

HiicK, Jonathan (][) 

HUDD, Janam 44: 

Huddleston. Elizabeth 110 

Huddleston, Ferdinando 110 

Huddleston, Maeg 110 

Huddleston, Sarah 110 

Huddleston. — 112 

Hudson, Anne 121 

Hudson. Eliz 70 

Hudson, Isabel 51 

Hudson, Jane 75 

Hudson, Maegaeet 51 

Hudson, Margarett 73 

Hudson, Matthew 70 

Hudson, Newark 70 

Hudson, Peter 121 

Hudson, Thomas 73: «. 70 

Hudson, Ursula 121 

Hudspeth. Ellen H3 

Hudspeth, Isabell 51 

Hudspeth, John 16, 54 

HuGALL, Mary 53 

HUGALL, Wm. 53 

Hug-hes, Anne 110 

Hughes. Philip 110 

Hughes, William 140 

Hug'onin, Charlotte 69 

Hugonin, Isabella 69 

Huo'onin, G-en 69 

Hull, Catheeina' 43 

Hull, Elizabeth 53 

Hull, Jane 75:rt. 61 

Hull, Mary 56 

Hull, Rich'us 43 

Hull, Robeet 75 : ». 61 

Hull, Thomas 100 

Humble, Alice 51 

Humble, Anne 69 

Humble, Elisabetham 45 

Humble, Jane 58 

Humble, Joseph 69 

Humble, Maegaeet 59 

Humble, Tho 51, 85 

Humble,— 69 

Hume, Gulielms 43 

Hume, Janam 43 

Humes, Eliz 64 

Humes, Jno 64 

Hunt, Alfred William 150 

Hunt, Elisabeth! 4 

Hunt. Heney 83 

Hunt, Joan 83 

Hunt, Margaret 150 

Hunt, Dr. Rich., Dean of Durham ... 1 

Hunt, Dr. Richard, Dean 36 

Hunt, RiCHARDO, Dean of Durham ... 3 

Hunt. Richardus, Dean of Durham... 91 

Hunt,— 5 : ?^. 36 

Huntee. Ann 49, 120 

Hunter, Anne 103 

Hunter, Anthony 72 

Huntee, Benjamin 78 

Hunter, Burnett 135 

Hunter, Cheistopher 48 

Hunter, Eliz 48, 72. 78 

Hunter, Elizabeth 121 

Huntee, Jane 78 

Hunter, John 135 

Huntee, Maegaeet 77 

Hunter, Mary' 129 

Hunter, Tho 78 

Huntley, Catherine 76 

Huntley, Dorotheam 38 

Huntley, Jane 53 

Huntley, Joh'is 38 

Huntley, John 76 

Huntley, Rich 53 

Huntly, Charles, Marquess of 20 

Huntly, Jane 60 

huntia', robt 60 

HUSON. — 75 

Hutchin, Anne 117 

Hutchin, John 117 

HUTCHINGS, Doea Emily 80 

HuTCHiNGS, Rev. Heney Reginald 79 

HuTCHiNGS, Rev. William Heney 80 

Hutchinson, Alicia' 42 

Hutchinson, Andeew 63 

Hutchinson, Ann 52, 75 

Hutchinson. Anna' 41,44 

Hutchinson, Annam... 44 

Hutchinson, Anne 54 

Hutchinson, Barnabas 109 

Hutchinson, Barnaby 82 

Hutchinson, Cath 63 

Hutchinson, Christopher 74 

Hutchinson, Elizabeth 60,128: ?;. 10 

Hutchinson, Frances 62 

Hutchinson, Francis 93 

Hutchinson, Geacia 98 

Hutchinson, Henricus 44 

Hutchinson, Isabella 74 

Hutchinson, Isabellam 40 

Hutchinson. James 62 

Hutchinson,' Jane 50, 73, 102. 105 : n. 10. 74, 

108, 109 

Hutchinson, Jno 62,63 

Hutchinson, John 54, 63, 73, 74, 101 : n. 50 

Hutchinson, Luke 93 

Hutchinson, Margaret 93 

Hutchinson, Maegt 63 

Hutchinson, Mary 54, 63, 64, 72 : w. 74 

Hutchinson, Richaed 95 : n. 10 

Hutchinson, Rob'tus 42 

Hutchinson, Robt 52 

Hutchinson, Sarah 72 

Hutchinson, Thomas 44,99 

Hutchinson, Thomasine 62 

Hutchison, Elizabetham 40 

HuTON, Anne 83 

Huton, Edwaede 83 

HuTTON, Annam 41 

Hutton,Anne 82,83 

HuTTON, Catherine 54 

Hutton, Edward 82,83 

Hutton, Elisabetham 44 

Hutton, Elizabeth 99, 109 

Hutton, Frances 109 

Hutton, Francisca 99 

Hutton, Franciscam 41 

Hutton, George 54 

Hutton, Grace 4 

Hutton, Gratia 89 

Hutton, Henry 99, 109 

Hutton, Jane 91 : «. 4, 83, 86, 88, 89 

B B 



Hutton. John 83 

HuTTON, Margeria' 41 

Hutton. Matthew, Bishop of Durham. 

Archbishop of York 89 

Hutton, Ralph 116 

Hutton, Sir Richard 109 

Hutton. Dr. Robert -1 

Hutton. Robert. D.D., Prebendary of Dur- 
ham : 89 

Hutton, Roberti, D.D., Prebendary 

OP Durham 89 

Hutton, Sir Timothy 82 

Hutton, — 84 

Hutton, — , Bishop of Durham 82, 92 

I' Anson, John 

I'Anson, Mary 

I'Anson, Sir Thomas Bankes 

Ibbetson, Grace Ord 

Ibbetson, Henry 7^ 

Ibbetson, Sir Henry 

Ibbetson, Isabella 

Ibbetson. Isabella Grace 

Ibbetson, — 

Ibbotson, Sir Henry 

Ibbotson, Isabella 

Iley, Elizabeth 

Iley, Isabell am 

Iley, William 

Ingah, Dorothy 

Ingiedew, — 

INGO, Mary 

INGOE, Dorothy 

Ingram, Ann 

Ingram, Matthew 

Ingram, Rebecca 

Ingram, Richard 

Inman, Charles 

Inman, Elizabeth 

Inman, Mary 


Irby, Sir Anthony 

Irby, Elizabeth 

Ironside, Mary 

Ironside, Rad'us 

Ironside, Ursula' 

Ironside, William 

Ironside, see also Bax-Ironside. 

Iveson, Eliz 

i, 81 


Jackson, Ann 131, 141 

Jackson, Anna' 44 

Jackson, Benjamin 115 

Jackson, Charles 43 

Jackson, Dorothy 68 

Jackson, Elizabeth 90 

Jackson, George 141 : n. 148 

Jackson, Jane 90, 141 

Jackson, John 102 

Jackson, Lawrence 21 

Jackson, Mary 8, 55 : n. 21, 141, 148 

Jackson, Ralph 131, 148 

Jackson, Richard 104 

Jackson, Rev. Richard 90 

Jackson, Sarah 131, 148 

Jackson, Susanna' 42 

Jackson, Thomas George 141 

Jackson, Wm 68 

Jacques, Margt 61 

James, Ann 6 

James, Anna 6 

James, anne 2 

James, Catherine 83 

James, David 133 

James, Edward 2 

James, Elenor 83 

James, Elizab 6 

James, Elizabeth 3, 87 : n. 6 

James, Elizabetha 6 

James, Elsabeth 89 

James, Francis 6 

James, Gulielmi, Prebendary op Dur- 
ham 3,4,89 

James. Gulielmo, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 5 

James, Gulielmus 3,89 

James, Harrie 2 

James, Henrietta 133 

James, Jane 56 

James, John 83 

James, Maria 4 

James, Marye 37 

James^ Richard 2 

James, Richerd 85 

James, Will'm, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 2 

James, Willia', Prebendary of Dub- 
ham 94 

James, William 3, 6, 7 : w. 83 

James, William, Bishop of Durham 94 

James, William, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 83, 87: «. 37 

James, Prebendary 98 

James, — 3 

James, — , Bishop of Durham 2, 91 

James, — , Prebendary of Durham 2, 5, 85 

James I., King of England 83 

James II., King of England 47. 107 

Jannsen, Cornelius 90 

Jeckell, Elizabetham 39 

Jeckell, Johannes 39 

Jefferson, Ann 67 

Jefferson, Elianor 59 

Jefferson, Elizabeth 10 

Jefferson, John 59 

Jefferson, Nicholas 67 

Jepfreyson, Jennettam 42 

Jeffreyson, Joh'es 42 

Jeffryson, Grace 71 

Jefpryson, Israel 71 

Jenkinson, Rev. J. B., Dean of Durham 138 
Jenkinson, John Bankes, Bishop of St. 

David's, Dean of Durham 129 

Jenkyns, Rev. H., D.D., Canon of Dur- 
ham 150 

Jenkyns, Harriet 154 

Jenkyns, Rev. Henry, D.D., Canon of Dur- 
ham 154 

Joby, Elizab 54 

John, Bishop of Durham 9 

Johnson, Agnes Harrison 154 : n. 159 

Johnson, Alice 59 : ti. 50 

JOHNSONJ Alicia' 41 

Johnson, Ann 52, 71, 75, 77 

Johnson, Anna Elizabeth 150 

Johnson, Annam 39 

Johnson, Anne 57 : ». 86, 92 

Johnson, Anth 40 

Johnson, Anthony 49 

Johnson, Barbaire 36 

Johnson. Christ 122 



Johnson, Christopher 125, 126, 127, 128 : 

n. 122, 139 

Johnson, DoROTHEAM 39 

Johnson, Dorothy 74 

Johnson, Edward 78 

Johnson, Eleanor 123 

Johnson. Eliz 71 

Johnson, Elizabeth , 78 

Johnson, Elizabetham 41 

Johnson, Frances 56 

Johnson, Francis 139 : «. 114, 120, 123, 146, 


Johnson, Francis Dixon 159: n. 154 

Johnson, Geo 122 

Johnson, Georgius 39,40 

Johnson, Gulielmus 40 

Johnson, Hannah 49, 78 

Johnson, Isabel 148 

Johnson, James 75 

Johnson, Janam 40 

Johnson, Jo 36 

Johnson, John 52, 56 : «. 78 

Johnson, Marg 49 

Johnson, Marg'tam 40 

Johnson, Margeriam 40 

Johnson, Mary 49, 58, 74, 139 : n. 139, 146, 


Johnson, Mary Ann 146 

Johnson, Ralph 8,49 

Johnson, Rebecca 78 

Johnson, Richard 86, 92 

Johnson, Rob 48 

Johnson, Robert 74, 119 

Johnson. Sarah 114,120,123 

Johnson, Tabitha 125, 127 : n. 122, 126, 128 

Johnson, Tho 71 

Johnson, Thomas 77 

Johnson, Trotham 40 

Johnston, Arthur 131 

Johnstone, James, Earl of Hartfell 105 

Johnstone, Lady Margaret. Countess of 

Hartfell 49 

Johnstone, Lady Mary 49, 105 

Johnstone, — , Earl of Annandale 105 

Johnstone, — , Earl of Hartfell 49 

Johnstone, — , Marquess of Annandale ... 49 

Jon, Henry 33 

Jon, Rebecca ..,,.. 33 

Jon, Robert .... 33 

Jon, Susanna 59 

Jon, Thomas 59 

Jones, Frances Henrietta 33, 158 

Jones, Francis 158 

Jones, Rev. Francis 33 

Jones, Mary 158 

Jones, Mary Anne Georgiana 33 

Jones, Thomas 147 

Jones, William 147 : n. 158 

JOPLIN, Isabell 62 

JoPLiN, Will 62 

Jopling, Anna' 44 

JoPLiNG, Elizabeth 52, 54 

Jopling, Mariam 46 

Jopling, Thomas 44 

Jordan, Willia' 8 

JURDISON, Annam 38 

JuRDisoN, Eliz 62 

JuRDisoN, Elizabetham 41 


JuRDisoN, Jane 38 

JURDISON, Rebecca 70 

Karnabye, Hellen 7 

Karp, see De Karp. 

Kay, Margaret 53 

Kaye, Thomas 154 

Kearsly, Francisca' 44 

Kearsly, Oliverus 44 

Kell, Ann 73 

Kell, Mary 37 

Kell, Rowland 37 

Kelly, Hannah 62 

Kemble, Charles 132 

Kemble, Elizabeth 140 

Kemble, John 132 

Kemble, Roger 131 

Kemble, S. G 132 

Kemble, Sarah 131 

Kemble, Stephen 131, 132 

Kemble, Stephen George 131, 140 

Kendall, Annam 39 

Kendall, Xicolaus 39 

Ke^nebye, David 67 

Kennebye, Eleanor 67 

Kensington, Lady Laura Jane 81 

Keppel, Lady Caroline 26 

Keppel, — , Earl of Albemarle 26 

Ker, Claud Buchanan, M.D 158 

Keb, Francis Allan 158 

Kerr, Lady Isabel 49 

Kerr, Margaret, Countess of Lothian 49 

Kerr, Mark, Earl of Lothian 49 

Key, Mary 39 

KiLBURN, Anne 77 

KiLBUKN, Tho 77 

King, Alice Jane 150 

King, Rev. Charles William 150 

King, Harry 159 

King, John 125 

King, Mary Anne 150 

King, Sarah 150, 159 

King, Rev. William Clark, Canon of Dur- 
ham 150 

King Charles I. of England... 47, 90, 93, 94, 95 

King Charles II. of England 47, 97 

King Edward III. of England 141 

King Edward IV. of England 88 

King George III. of England 154 

King George IV. of England 154 

King James I. of England 83 

King James II. of England 47, 107 

Kinge, Gen 93 

Kipling, Alicia' 38 

Kipling, Georgius 38,96 

Kipling, Hannah 143, 157 

Kirbie, Kathrine 87 

KiRBY, Elizabeth 8 

KiRBY, George 8, 104 

KiKBYE, Roger 7 


KiRKBY, Edvardus, Minor Canon op 

Durham 40 

KiRKBY, Edward 105 

KiRKBY, Eliz 15, 40 

KiRKBY, Elizabetham 42 

Kirkby, George 107 

KiRKBY, Mary 107 

Kirkby, — 116 


Kirkham, Johan'es 44 

KiRKLEY, Eliz 49 

KiRTLEY, Mariam 39 

Kiktly, Doeotheam 44 



KiETON, Rev. — 

KiTCHiN, Christopher 

KiTCHIN, Margt 


kitching, gulielmus 

Knaggs, Isabellam 

Knaggs, Thomas 

Knatchbull , Alice 

Knatchbull, Catharine Maria 

Knatchbull, C ath eri ne 

Knatchbull, Sir Edward 20, 

Knatchbull, Harriett 

Knatchbull. Harriot 

Knatchbull, Wadham 

Knatchbull, Rev. Dr. Wadham 

Knatchbull, Rev. Dr. Wadham, Pre- 
bendary OP Durham 19 

Knatchbull, Windham 

Knewstob, Sarah 

Knight, Catherine 

Knight, Thomas 

Kynaston, Eleanor Charlotte 

Kynaston, Herbert, Canon of Dur- 

Ky'naston, Mary 

Kyrby, Alice 








Lackenby, Dorotheam 44 

Lackexby, Ellen 46 

Lackenby, Janam 40 

Lake, Rev. W. C, Dean op Durham 15.5, 

157, 158 

Lamb, Elizabeth 115 

Lamb, Jane 58 

Lamb, Joh'es 42 

Lamb, John 58 : w. 39 

Lamb, Joseph 69 

Lamb, Margaret 56 

Lamb, Mariam 42 

Lamb, Mary 50: /t. 112 

Lamb, — 75, 76 : n. 69 

Lambe, Elizabeth 95 

Lambe, Franciscam 39 

Lambe, Kattern 95 

Lambe, Robertus 39 

Lambe, Trotham 40 

Lambe, Willia' 95 

Lambert, Ann 159 

Lambert, David 156 

Lambert. James 156 : n. 158, 159 

Lambert, Jane 135 

Lambton, Alice 87 

Lambton, Catherina 92 

Lamblon, Frances 87 

Lambton, Henrietta 81 

Lambton. Henry Ralph 81 

Isabel 87 

James 88 

Jane 61, 103 

John 87,88,92,122 

Lambton, Kathrine 87 

Lambton, Margaret 122 

Lambton, Robert 87, 103 

Lambton, William Henry 81 

Lambton, — , Lord Durham 81 

Lampton, John 

Lampton, — 

Lancaster, Peter 15 

Lane. A 84 

Langley, Bishop 84. 88, 101, 102 

Lambton , 


Langstafp, Jane 114 

Langstaffe, Anne 54 


Langstaffe, Elizabetham 39 

Langstaffe, George 77 

Langstaffe, Henry 54 

Langstaffe, Jeremiah 54 

Langstaffe, Mary 77 

Lansdowne, Lord 106 

Lascelles, Anne 83 

Lascelles, Francis 83 

Latimer, Jane 59 

Latus, Anne 85 

Latus, Anthony 85 

Law, Aaron 61 

Law, Elisabeth 61 

Lawrence, Robert 83 

Lawrence, Thomas 83 

Lawrence, Thomazine 83 

Laws, Ann 67 

Laws, Geo 67 

Lawson, Alice 51 

Lawson, Is 69 

Lawson, Jane 59 

Lawson, Ric 69 

Lawson, William 59 

Lax, Eliz 70 

Lax, Ralph 70 

Laxe, Jane 75 

Lay, Isabel 60 

Lay, Thomas 60 

Laybuene, .Inn .. 71 

Laye, Thamar 116 

Laye, Will 116 

Layne, Mary 68 

Lazenby, Catherina' 38 

Le Neve 117, 119 

Le Vavasseur-dit-Durell, Anne 128 

Le Vavasseur-dit-Durell, John 128 

Le Vavasseur-dit-Durell, Mary 128 

Le Vavasseur-dit-Durell, Thomas 128 

Le : PLA, Jane 79 

Leake, Catherine 24 

Leake, — 24 

Learmouth, Elizabeth .. 24 

Learmouth, Thomas 24 

Lechmere, Caroline Amelia 30 

Lechmere, Vice-Admiral William 30 

Lee, Anne 57 

Lee, CuTHBERT 58 

Lee, Isabel 58 

Lee, Marg'tam 42 

Lee, Wm. 57 

Leek, — 57 

Leeke, Robert 53, 114 

Leeke, Rev. Eobt 18 

Leighton, Frances 58 

Leivers, Anne 65 

Lem'an, Isabellam 44 

Lem' AN, Joh'es 44 

Lesley, Anne 20 

Lesley, Barbara 19 

Lesley, Catherine Elizabeth 20 

Lesley, Sir Edward, M.P 20 

Lesley, Elizabeth 20 

Lesley, Rev. Dr. James, Prebendary 

of Durham, Bishop of Limerick 19, 20 

Lesley, Joyce 19, 20 

Lesley, Martha 20 

Lesley, Mary Ann 19 

Lesley, Rev. Richard 20 



Leslie, Barbara 21 

Leslie! Rev. Dr. James, D.D.. Prebendary 

of Durham, Bishop of Limerick ... 19, 20 

Lever, Anna 101 

Lever, Anne 84 

Lever, Rev. Christopher 83 

Lever, Ellixor 51 

Lever. Margfarett 83 

Lever, Ralph 83 

Lever, Piev. Ralph 83 

Lever, Samson 83 

Lever, Thomas 101 

Lever, Rev. Thomas 84 

Levett, —, Prebendary OF Durham... o 

Lewen, Richard 101 

Lewix, Catherine 68 

Lewins, Ellenor 108 

Ley, Elizabeth 91 

Leybourne, Ann 139 

Leybourne, John 139:74.143,157 

Lichfield, Earl of 81 

Liddel, Ann 46 


Liddel, Jane 51 

LiDDEL, Tho 51 

Liddell, Elizabeth 23 


Liddell. Emily Ann Charlotte 142 

Liddell, Frances 12 

Liddell, Francis Augustus 142 

Liddell. George 23 

Liddell! George William 23 

Liddell, Jane 23 

Liddell, Hon. Rev. Robt 142 

Liddell, Thomas 45 

Liddell, Sir Thomas 12 

Liddell. Thomas Henry, Lord Ravensworth 142 

Liddell,— 23 

LiDDLE, Ann 58 

LiDDLE, Robert Kirkup 158 


Lightfoote, Elizabeth 83 

Lightfoote, George 82: ?;. 83 

Lightfoote, James 83 

Lightfoote, John 88 

Lightfoote, Margaret 88 

Lightfoote, Simon 82, 83, 88 

Limey, Isabella 79 

Limey, Marian 79 

Limey, Ralph 79 

Lindseil, Dr. Augustus, Dean of Lichfield 88 


LiNDSEY, Capt. James 93 

LiNDSLEY, Barbara 53 

LiNDSLEY, Isabel 51 

LiNDSLEY, Robert 51 

LiNDSLY, Isabel 60 

Linn, Dorothy 77 

Linsel, Augustino, Dean of Lichfield, 
Bishop of Peterborough and 

Hereford 3 

Linskill, Hannah 69 

LiNSLAY, Jonathan 132 

Lisle, Catherine 113 

Lisle, Edward 107 

Lisle, Henry 17,107:7^.16 

Lisle. John 106 

Lisle, Rev. John 106,107 

Lisle, John, Minor Canon of Dur- 
ham 16 

Lisle, Maurice 16 


Lisle, Samuel 

Lisle, — , Minor Canon of Durham . 

Lister, Margt 


Litster, John 

Lively, Edward 

Lively, .John 

Lively, Rev. John 52, 73 

Lively, Katherine 3 

Lively. Mary 52, 73 

LoADMAN, Ann 126 


Lock, George 63 

Lock, Margt 63 

Lodge, Antho 105 

Lodge, Anthony 8, 9, 102 

Lodge, Catherine 18 

Lodge, Christopher 105 

Lodge, Elizabeth 8 

Lodge, Frances 9 

Lodge, Jane 46, 67 

Lodge, Joannam 41 

Lodge, John 18 

Lodge, Margaret 57 

Lodge, Mariam 41 

Lodge, Meriell 102 

Lodge, — 79 

Lofthouse, Grace 6, 119 

Lofthouse, William 119 

LoFTUs, Grace 67 

Logan, Alexander 133 

Logan, Alexr 133 

Logan, Jane 133 

Logan, John 51 

Logan, Marg 51 

Londonderry, Frances Anne Emily, Mar- 
chioness of 22 

Londonderry, Marquess of 22, 88 

Longfield. — 109 

Longstaffe, William Hylton Dyer 91 

Longstaffe, — 9,69,76,135 

Loraine, Sir William 156 

Lorraine, Wmi 97 

Lorraine, — 97 

Lothian, Margaret, Countess of 49 

Lothian, Mark. Earl of 49 

Louth. Dr., Bishop of Oxford 124 

Low, Canon 106, 139 

Low,— 3,7,97.114,138,139 

Lowdon, Catherine 121 

LowDON, Frances 78 

Lowdon, Richard 121 

Lowe, J. C 32, 38, 1.52, 153, 1.54, 155 

Lowe, Rev. J. C, Minor Canon of Dur-^ 

HAM 156, 158 

Lowe, J. Conran 152 

Lowe, Julius Conran 153,158 

Lowe, Rev. Julius Conran, Minor Canon of 

Durham 153 

Lowe, Rev. Richard 158 

Lowrie, Henrietta Marian 30 

Lowrie, Capt. William Frederick 30 

Lowry, Rev. James 20 

Lowry, Martha 20 

LowTH, Charlotte 22 

Lowth, Frances 21 

Lowth, Margaret 21 

Lowth, Maria 21 

Lowth, Martha 20 : w. 21 

Lowth! Mary 20,21 

Lowth. Rev. Robert 21 



LowTH, Eev. Dr. Robeet, D.D., Pre- 
bendary OF Durham, Archdeacon 
OF Winchester, Bishop of St. 
David's, Oxford, and London 20, 21, 22 
Lowth, Rev. William, Prebendary of Win- 
chester 20 

Lowth, Arehdeacon. Bishop of London ... 19 

Lowther. Dorothy..' 100 

Lowther, Jane -16 

Lowther, Lancelot 46,112 

Lowther, Lancelotus 12 

Lowther, Margaret 38 

Lowther, Margareta' -15 

Lowther, Thom^ 12 

Lowther, Thomas 38 : «. 46 

Lowthian, Barbara lf)l 

Lowthian, Rev. George 151 

Lowthian, Marg 51 

Lowthian. Math 51 

Lowthian, Richard 151 


LoYSELURE, Frances 61 

LupTON, Francis 79 

LuPTON, Hugh 79 

LuPTON. Isabella 79 

LuPTON, Mary 50 

Lyddel, Henry 72 

Lyddel, Mary 72 

Lyn, Elizabeth 60 

Lynn, Jane 63 

Lynn, Mariam 40 

Lynn, Tho 63 

Lyster, Anthony 19 

Lyster, Elizabeth 19 

Lyster, Joyce 19 

Lyveley, Sarah 2 

Lyveley, Rev. — 2 

Mac Pen, Donald 125 

Machall, — 5 

Machell, — 5 

Machon, Ann 50, 66 

Machon, Deborah 70 

Machon, Gilbert 50, 66, 71 

Machon, — 5 

Maddison, Jane 72 

Maddison, Margaretam 39 

Maddison, Mariam 41 

Maire, .Jacob 41 

Maire, Marg'tam 41, 42 

Maitland, Anne 61 

Maitland, James 61 

Major, Mary 68 

Major, Robert 68 

Makepeace, Hannah 70 

Makepeace, Joshua 70 

Makepeace, Maegt 66 

Makepeace, Robt 66 

Makins, Elizabetham 40 

Malchin, Thomas 93 

Malkin, Dr. Benjamin Heath 156 

Mall, Dorothy 64 

Mall, Jno 64 

Maltby, Rev. Edward, Bishop of Durham 34, 152 

Maltby, Elizabeth Mary 152 

Maltby, Frances Sybel 157 

Maltby, George 156 

Maltby, Gerald Edward 34 

Maltby, Gerald Rivers 34 

Maltby, Henry Charles Bradford ... 153 

Maltby, Rev. Henry, Canon of Durham ... 34 

Maltby, Rev. Henry Joseph, Canon of 

Durham 152 

Maltby, Hercy Eliza Cecilia 34 

Maltby, Julia Katherina 152 

Maltby, Mary 152 

Maltby, Ralph Howard 153 

Maltby, Sophia 156 

Maltby, Bishop 156, 157 

Maltby, Canon 153 

Man, Dorothy 55 

I Man, Jane 55 

Man, Mary 50 

' Man, Rich 50 

j Manchester, Anne, Countess Dowager of... 45 

Manchester, Henry, Earl of 45 

Mangey, Dorothy 122 

Mangey, Rev. Dr. Tho., Prebendary 

OF Durham 122 

Mangey, Dr 71 

Mansfield, Rt. Hon. Lord 93 

March, Ann 49 

March, Humph 49 

Markendale, Evers 45 

Markendale, Margareta' 45 

Markup, Ann 57 

Markup, John 57 

Marlay, Mary 49 

Marlborough, Duchess of 141 

Marley, Ann 68,69 

Marley, Dr. CUBTO 6:^.5 

Marley, Cub'us 92 

MarleyJ Dorothy 76 

Marley, Eliz 42 

Marley, Elizabetham 42 

Marley, Frances 117 

Marley, Gulielms 42 

Marley, Henry 117 

Marley, Marg'tam 43 

Marley, Mary 50 

Marley, Thomas 68 

Marley, W^iLL 50 

Marriott, Jane 137. 142, 150, 152 

Marriott, William 137,142,150,1.52 

Marsden, Charles Surtees 138 

Marsden, Dorothy ... 138, 157 : n. 139, 148 

Marsden, Elizabeth 126, 144 

Marsden, Georgiana Lamb ton 33 

Marsden, Phillis Georgiana 139 

Marsden, T 138 

Marsden. Thomas 144, 148 : ji. 33, 126, 138, 

139, 157 

Marsh, Barbara 146 

Marsh, Mary 146 

Marsh, Dr., Bishop of Limerick and Kil- 

more 146 

Marshall, Alice 50 

Marshall. Eliza 131 

Marshall, Rev. J. M 159 

Marshall, Jane 78 

Marshall, Mariam 40 

Marshall^ Mary 78 

Marshall, Rd 78 

Marshall, Richardus 40 

Marshall, Rob 50 

Martiall, Rev. William, Minor Canon 

OF Durham 107 

Martin, Anne 56 

Martin, Dorothea 98 

Martin, Dorothy 53, 102 

Martin, Elizab 8 

Martin. Elizabeth 108 



Martix, Ellixor S6 

Martin, Jo., Minor CA^^ON of Durham 108 

Martin, John Ill :«. 53, 56, 102 

Martin. Joseph -^6 

Martin, Samuel 9^ 

Martin, Rev. Samuelis, Prebendary 

of Durham 98 

Martin, Samuell, Minor Canon of 

Durham 102 

Martin, Rear- Admiral Thomas Hutchinson 74 

Martin. Wm. James 156 

Martin. — 7, 9 

Martindale, Mary 66 

Martindill, Isabel 56 

Martindill, James ■"'6 

Martyn, Joh'is 15 

Martyn, — 15 

Martyne, — 2 

Marwood, Anne -15 

Marwood. Sir George 45 

Mason, Ann 53 

Mason, Annam •l-l 

Mason, Gulielmus 39 

Mason, Janam 39,40 

Mason. Jane i^ 

Mason, John 46, 60 

Mason, Mary 60 

Massam, Alice 119 

Massam, Ellinor ... 97 

Massam, John 110: m. 97, 119 

MASSAii, Mary 95, 105 : ?f. 110 

Massam, Thomas 95 

Massam, — 116 

Massom, Gulielmus 96 

Massom, Thom.e 96 

Massom, Thomas 97 

Maston, Jane 71 

Maston, Wm 71 

Mathew, Margeria 97 

Mathew, Toby, Bishop of Durham 84 

Mathew, Wmi 97 

Mathewes, Rebecca 103 

Mathewes. Richard 103 

Mattaire, Michael 103 

Matthews, Isabell 105 

Maud, Mary 78 

Maude, Lydia 78 

Maugham. Eliz 51 

Maugham, Elizabeth 60 

Maugham, Peter 60 

Maughan, Annam 40 

Maughan, Lancelotus 40 

Mawker, Margery 85 

Maxson, Anne 36 

Maxson, Rev. Anthonius 36 

Maxson, Jane 36 

Maxston, Anthonio, Prebendary of 

Durham 4 

Maxton, Anne 50 

Maxton, Anthony 83 

Maxton, Anthony, Prebendary of Durham 50 

Maxton, Jane 6 

Maxton, — 7 

Maxton, — , Prebendary of Durham 5 

Maxwell, Sir John, Lord Herries 50 

Maxwell. Margaret * 49 

Maxwell, Margtam 41 

McDonnell, Anne Katherine, Countess of 

Antrim 22 

Meek, Ann 59 

Meek, Simon 59 

Meggison, Joyce 97 

Meggison, Saram 39 

Melbanke, Ellenoram 39 

Melbanke, Robertus 39 

Mensforth. Anne 57 

Merley, Eliz 54 

Merrington, Eliz 70 

Merrington, Richard 70 

Merry, Eleanor Charlotte 80 

Merry, Dr. William Joseph Collings 80 

Merry, William Walter, M.D 80 

Messenger. Christopher 39 

Messenger. Elizabetha' 39 

Messervy, Anne 128 

Metcalf, Alice 69 

Metcalf, Catherine 72 

Metcalf, Margt 72 

Metcalfe, Ann 71 

Metcalfe, John 71 

Mewburu, Elizabeth 76 

Mewburn, Francis 76 

Mewburn, James 76 

Mewburn, Margaret 76 

Mewburn, Thomas 76 

Michelmore, Henry 79 

Michelmore, Henry William 79 

Michelmore, Marian 79 

MicKLETON, Abigail 117 


MiCKLETON, Anna 12 

MiCKLETON, Annam 39 

Mickleton. Anne 39 

MiCKLETON, Christopher 8, 115, 116 : ti. 9, 

39, 123 


MiCKLETON, Dorothy 123 


MiCKLETON, Eliz 112 

Mickleton, Elizabeth 123 

Mickleton, Hannah 16 

MiCKLETON, Jacobus 16 

MiCKLETON, James 107: «. 16 

Mickleton, Johants 12 

Mickleton, John 103, 113, 114, 116, 117 

Mickleton, Margareta' 44 

Mickleton, Margt 116 

Mickleton, Mich 108, 112 

Mickleton, Michael 45, 112, 114 

Mickleton, Michaele 108 

Mickleton. Michaelis 16 

Mickleton, Richard 108 

Mickleton, Robert 103,112 

Mickleton,— 9 : «. 13, 44, 98 

Middleton, Ann 49 

Middleton, Annam 38 

Middleton, Barbara 57 

Middleton, Barbariam 38 

Middleton, Carolus 38 

Middleton, Frances 120, 123 

Middleton, Francis 124 

Middleton, George 64 

Middleton, Grace 124 

Middleton, Hannan 40 

Middleton, Margt 64 

Middleton, Mary 48 

Middleton, Radulphus 40 

Middleton, Richard 120 

Middleton, Sarah 76 

Middleton, Thomasine 60 

Middleton, William 76 

MiDFOED, Anne 3: n. 1 



MlDFOED, BULMER 2 : 71. \ 



MiDFORD, .lANE 116 

MiDFORD, Johannes i^9 

MiDFORD. John 1, ■}, 112 

MiDFORD, — 2 

MiDLETON, Anna' 45 


MiDLETON, John 101 

MiDLETON, Ralph 101 




Milbourn, ROBT 65 

MiLBOURNE. Ann <j8 

Milbourne, Edward fi8 



Mildert, .«'<- Van Mildert. 

Miller, Burnett 135 

Miller, Doritye 9 

Miller, Elizabeth 1H5 

Miller, Bllenor 48 

Miller, George James 136 

Miller, Grace Hunter 136 

Miller, Henrietta B 135 

Miller, Isabell 8, 95 

Miller, Rev. J 136 

Miller, Rev. J., Minor Canon of Dur- 
ham 135 

Miller, James 135 

Miller, John 8,9,95 

Miller, John Burnett 135 

Miller, Marg'tam 44 

Millet,— 36 

Mills, Ann 58 

Mills, Elizabeth 23 

Mills, Henry 23 

Mills, Isabella 23 

Mills, John 58 

Milner, Jane 104 

Milner, Jo 113 

Milner, Joanna , 118 

Milner, JoANNAM 41 

Milner, Johannes 101 

Milner, Johannes, Minor Canon of 

Durham 41 

Milner. John 112: ?i. 105 

Milner, Tho 113 

MiNGAY, John 144 

MiTCHEL, Richard 107 

Mitchell, Annam 41 

Mitchell, Joh'es 41 

Mitchell, Mary 102 

Mitchinson, Frances 66 

Mitchinson, Mary 67 

Mitchinson, Robert 67 

Mitchinson, Robt 66 

Mitford, Anthony 95 

Mitford, Barbara 101 

Mitford, Christopher 103 

Mitford, Dorothy 104: w. 112 

Mitford, Elizabeth 103 : «, 112 

Mitford, Frances 109 

Mitford, Rev. George , 115 

Mitford, Jane 112 

Mitford, Jo 104 

Mitford, Joh'is 12 

Mitford, John 100, 101 : n. 103, 116, 119 

Mitford, Maky 119 

Mitford, Robert 100 :«. 103, 112 

Mitford, Rob'tus 12 

Mitford, Swinburne 103 

Mitford, Thomas 109 

Mitford, Willia' 95 

Mitford, William 103 

Mitford, — 96 


MopiT, Jane 78 

Mole, John 89 

Monkhouse, Ann 69, 77 

MoNKHOUSE, Thomas 69 

Montagu, Anne, Countess Dowager of Man- 
chester 45 

Montagu. Carolus, Baron Halifax ... 45 

Montagu, Elisab 45 

Montagu, Elizabeth 45 

Montagu, Hon. George 45 

Montagu, Henry, Earl of Manchester 45 

Montagu,— 26 

Moon, Franciscam 40 

Moon, Kadulphus 40 

Moor, Catherine 22 

Moor, Charles 22 

Moor, Eleanor 67 

Moor, Rev. George, Canon of Canter- 
bury 22 

Moor, Harriet Mary 22 

Moor, James 143 

Moor, Jane 143 

Moor, John 143, 156 : ?t. 140 

Moor, Rev. Dr. John, Prebendary of 
Durham and Archbishop of Can- 
terbury 22 

Moor, Sarah 140 

Moor, Thomas 143 

Moor,— 112 

Moorcroft, Katherne 6 

Moore, Annam 39 

Moore, Anne 150 

Moore, Catherine 13 

Moore, Do'iA 13 

Moore, Elizabeth 108,112 

Moore, George 13 

Moore, Jane Catherine 156 

Moore, John 156 

Moore, Dr. John, Archbishop of Canter- 
bury 13 

Moore, Marg 110 

Moore, Sarah 156 

Moore, Thomas 108, 110, 112, 1.56 

Moore, William 150 

Moorecroft, Edward 90 

Moorecroft, Franciscam 37 

Moorecroft, Rev. Ferdinand 90 

Moorecroft, Rev. Jacobus 37 

Moorecroft, James 90 

Moorecroft, Jane 90 

Moorecroft, Sarah 90 

morcroft, — 5 

Morcroftb, Ferdinand 5 

More, Eliz 72 

More, Peter 72 

Morecroft, Anne 6 

Morecroft, Barbara 6, 92 

Morecroft, Elizabetha 6 

Morecroft, Fardinandi, Prebendary 

of Durham 36 

Morecroft, Fardinando 2 

Morecroft, Rev. Ferdinand, Prebendary of 

Durham 36 




OF Durham 37 


Morecroft, Georgfe 6 



Morecroft, Henry C, 92 

Morecroft, Joanna' 36 


Morecroft, Sarah 2 

Morecroft, Dr -4 

Morecroft, — -t 

Morecroft, — , Prebendary of Durham 6 


Morecrofte, Henrye 6 

Morgan, Ann 67 

Morgan, Cicilia 59 

Morgan, Eliz 72 

Morgan, Isabel 59 

Morgan, John 59 

Morgan, John Pilkington 59 

Morgan, William 67 

Morgan, Wm 72 

MORISBY, Cath 66 


MoRLAND, Margaret 56 

Morley, Elizabeth 105 

Mornington, Anne, Countess of 1-45 

Mornington, Garret o^' Garrett, Earl of ... 145 

Morrell, Jane 143 

Morrell, Robert 143 

MoRRESBYE, Anne 54 

Morrice, Mary 90 

Morrice, William 90 

Morrice, — ^0 

Morris, Francis 144 

Morris, Susannah 149 

Morrison, Anna' 44 

Morrison, Gulielmus 44 

Morrow, Jane 51 

Morrow, Math 51 

Mortimer, — 141 

Morton, Andrew 81 

Morton, Anna 15 

Morton, Anne 104 

Morton, Dulcibella 13, 105 : n. 5, 17, 104, 


Morton, Elisabetha 16 

Morton, Elizabeth 108 

Morton, Frances 78 

Morton, Geo 78 

Morton, George 106 

Morton, Georgius 14 

Morton, Grace Ord 81 

Morton, Jo., Prebendary of Durham 104, 1 17 

Morton, Eev. Jo., D.D Ill 

Morton, Joh'is, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 13, 14, 16 

Morton, Johan'is, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 15 

Morton, John, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 106 

Morton, Rev. John, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham, Archdeacon of Northumberland 13 

Morton, Ositha 17, 117 

Morton, Ossytha Ill 

Morton, Psyche Ill 

Morton, Sarah 81 

Morton, Thomas 17, 116 

Morton, Dr. Thomas, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 105 

Morton, Dr 17,108 

Morton, Dr., Prebendary op Durham 116 

Morton, — 75 

Morton, — , Bishop of Durham ... .5, 89, 90, 91 

Moss, Elizabeth 113 

MouBRAY, Margaret 12.^ 

MouNTAGU, Dean 11.5 

Mowbray, Ann 70: «. 24, 139 

Mowbray, Eliz .51 

Mowbray, Elizabeth 182 

Mowbray, Elizabeth Gray 132 

Mowbray, George 132 

Mowbray, George Isaac 132 

Mowbray, Jane 122 :«. 1.32 

Mowbray, Rt. Hon. Sir John Robert 132 

Mowbray, Will 51 

Mowbray, — 129 

Mowbrey, Annam 40 

MuDD, Thomes 96 

MuDD, — 6,7 

Mudspeth, Annam 39 

Mudspeth, Johannes 39 



Murchison, Charlotte 69 

Murchison, Sir Roderick Impey 69 

Murray, Anne Elizabeth 148 

Murray, George 147 

Murray, John Dalrymple 147 

Murrey, Barbara 84 

Murrey, Elizabeth 84 

Murrey, Robert, Minor Canon of 

Durham 84 

Murrey, William 84 

MURTON, Isabellam 39 

Musgrave, Catherine 14 

MusGRAVE, Margaret 75 : n. 104 

Musgrave, Mary 104 

Musgrave, Sir Philip, Baron 


Musgrave, Tho., D.D., Canon and 
Archdeacon of Carlisle, Canon 
OP Durham and Chichester, Dean 

op Carlisle 104 

Musgrave, Dr. Thomas, Prebendary of 

Durham, Dean of Carlisle 14 

Musgrave,— 14 

Myars, Ambrose 7,94 

Myars, Steven 94 

Myddleton, Francis 77 

Myddleton, Grace 77 

Mydforth, — 86 

Myers, Ambrose 96:71.7,8 

Myers, Doritye 95 

Myers, Elizabeth 8 

Myres, Elizabeth 104 

Myres, Elizabetha' 44 

Myres, Rebecca 101 

Nailor, Char 65 

Nailor, John 7 

Nailor, Joseph 6 

Nailor, Marg 65 

Nailor, Mary 37 

Nailor, Thomas 5 

Nailor, Dr., Prebendary of Durham 5 

Nailor, — 4,5 

Nateby, Henry 39 

Nateby, Mary 39 

Nattress, Mary 59 

Nattress, Sarah 54 

Naylor, Dulcibella 5, 13, 105 

C C 




Naylor, Joseph, D.D., Archdeacon of North- 
umberland 5 

Naylor, Rev. Joseph, Prebendary 37 

Naylor, Josephi 105 

Naylor, Mary ", 37 

Naylor,— 4 

Naylor, — , Prebendary of Durham 4 

Nedby, Mary 58 

Nedby, William 58 

Neele, Elizabeth 10 

Neele, Elizabetha 93 

Neele, Francisca 6,92 

Neele, HuRR 86 

Neele, Pauli 6, 92, 93 

Neele, Richard 10 

Neile, Catherine 97 

Neile, Elizabeth 6, 93 

Neile, Elizabetha 93 

Neile, Frances 11 

Neile, Ven. Dr. Joh'es, D.D., Prebend- 
ary OF Durham, Archdeacon of 
Cleveland, Prebendary of York, 

Dean of Ripon 97 

Neile, Margaretta 10 

Neile, Mildred 94,95 

Neile, Paul 11 

Neile, Sir Paul 6, 93 

Neile, Rich'di 11 

Neile, Richardi 10, 11 

Neile, William 94, 95, 97 

JS^eile, — , Bishop of Durham 2, 3, 86, 88, 92, 

94, 95 

Nelson, Ann 49:^.116 

Nelson, Mathew Ill 

Nelson, Peter 102, 111 : n. 116 

Nelson, Thomas 102 

Nelson,— 99,116 

Nesham, Dorothy 58 

Neve, see Le Neve. 

Nevill, John 25 

Newby, Ann 63 

Newby, Joan 63 

Newhouse, Barb 5 

Newhouse, Gabriel 9 

Newhouse, Jane 52 

Newhouse, Richabdo 5 

Newhouse, — 73 

Newton, Alice 64 

Newton, Antste 54 

Newton, Cuth 50 

Newton, Eliz 51, 69 

Newton, Jno 64 

Newton, John 69 

Newton, Jonathan 58 

Newton, Marg 50 

Newton, Margaret 58 

Newton, Margt 65 

Newton, Thomas 98 

Nichol, — 21 

Nicholls, Hester 101 

NiCHOLLS, John 7, 101 : n. 45 

Nicholls, Samuel 7 

Nicholls, Samuell 7 

Nicholls, Thomasina' 45 

Nicholls, Thomasine 7 

Nichols, Cuthbert, Minor Canon of Durham 101 

Nichols, Hester 109 

Nichols, Thomasina' 45 

Nicholson, Ann 66 

Nicholson, Catherine 76 

Nicholson, Elizabeth 56 

Nicholson, Elizabetham 40 

Nicholson, Georgius 40 

Nicholson, Grace 64 

Nicholson, James 77 

Nicholson, Jane 51,77 

Nicholson, Marg 52 

Nicholson, Maria' 44 

Nicholson, Mariam 41 

Nicholson, Martha 62 

Nicholson, Rich'us 41 

Nicholson, Robt 52,62 

Nicholson, Susanna 74 

Nicholson, Thomas 44,74 

Nixon, Mary Ann 153 

Nixon, Thomas 153 

Nixon, William 153 

Nixon, William Yates 153 

Noble, Margarett 74 

Norcliffe, Stephen 7 

NorclifFe, — 7 

Norfolk, — 43 

Norris, Jane 25 

Norris, Rev. Roger 25 

Northbourne, Lady Sarah Caroline 81 

Northbourne. Lady 75 

Norton, Ann 65 

Norton, Anne 69 

Norton, Catherine 65 

Norton, Humphrey 65 

Norton, Roger 65 

Norton, Thomas 69 

O'Brien, Henry, Earl of Thomond 48 

O'Brien, Lady Mary 48 

Oakeley, Caroline Howley Turner 32, 34 

Oakeley, Henry Evelyn 32,34 

Oakeley. Rev. Sir Herbert, Prebendary of 

St. Pauls 32 

Oakeley, Hilda Diana 32 

Oakeley, Marion Adela 34 

Ogle, Anne 29 

Ogle, Annie Charlotte 29 

Ogle, Maj. Arthur 30 

Ogle, Bertram Sa vile 30 

Ogle, Caroline Amelia 30 

Ogle, Catherine Hannah 29, 133 

Ogle, Dorothy 64 

Ogle. Edith 30 

Ogle, Edward Challoner 29 

Ogle, Edward Chalonee 29 

Ogle, George 64 

Ogle, J. S., Prebendary of Durham ... 139 

Ogle, Dr. J. S 146 

Ogle, Rev. J. S., Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 133 

Ogle, Rev. John Savile, D.D 29,133 

Ogle, Rev. Newton, D.D., Dea^^ of Win- 
chester, Prebendary of Durham 

128 : n. 133 

Ogle, Sarah 52 

Ogle, Sophia 29 

Ogle, Susannah 133 

Ogle, Tho 52 

Oliver, Annam 40 

Oliver, Jane 38 

Oliver, Will' 38 

Olliver, Margaret 57 

Ord, Ann 65 

Ord, Elisabeth 62 

Ord, Elizabeth 84 



Ord, Jane 59 

Ord, Lucie 4:3 

Ord, Ruth -16 

Orfeur, Mary 73 

Orfeur, William 73 

Ornsby, Anne 69 

Ornsby, — 69 

Orton, Humphrey 76 

Orton, Sarah 76 

OvixGTON, Frances 62 

OviXGTOX, John 72 


Owen, Anna Maria 127 

Owen, Mary 57 

Owen, William 57 

Padman, Margarett 74 

Padman, Richard 74 

Page, Alice 2 

Pallacer, Jana' iO 

Pallacer, Joh'es 42 

Pallacer, Margtam 42 

Pallaster, Ann 49 

Palmar, Henrici 90 

Palmar, JoHANis 90 

Palmer, Annam ^^ 

Palmer, Anne 1^0 

Palmer, Catharine 58 

Palmer, Elizabeth 53 : ;i. 18 

Palmer, Gulielmus 5 

Palmer, Henrici i) 5 

Palmer, Henry 3, 91 

Palmer, Johannes 4 

Palmer, Katerxe 91 

Palmer, Nicholas 58 

Palmer, Richard 3, 91 

Palmer, Sarah 55 

Palmer, Thomas -l-i 

Palmer, William 18 

Palmerly, Ann 53 

Palmerly, Tho 53 

Parker, Jane 53 

Parker, Mary 33 

Parker, Vice- Admiral Sir William 33 

Parker, Rev. Dr 132 

Parkin, Eleanor 55 

Parkin, Joseph 55 

Parkin, Mary 68 

Parkin, Thomas 68 

Parkins, Thomasinam 40 

Parkinson, Elisabetham 44 

Parkinson, Marg'tam 42 

Parkinson, Thomas 44 

Parry, Charles 123 

Parry, Harriett 123 

Parry, Lucy 25 

Parry, William 25 

Partis, Ann 61 

Partis, Fletcher 61 

Partis, Tho 61 

Pate, Eliz 64 

Paterson, Joseph 53 

Paterson, Margaret 53 

Patteson, Ann 37 

Pattinson, Isabel 67 

Pattison, Ann 72: w. 99 

Pattison, Annam 40 

Pattison, Frances 56 

Pattison, Isabel 47 

Pattison, John 54 

Pattison, Marg 50 

Pattison, Margaret p-1 

Pattison, Merriell 39 

Pattison, Peter 72 

Pattison, Simonus ^0 

Paul,Jane 68 

Paul, Richard 6» 

Paxton, Barbara 57 

Paxton, Barbariam 39 

Paxton, Catherina' 7- 

Paxton, Christopherus 3;^ 

Paxton, Dorothy 53, 55, 122 

Paxton, Eliz ^J- 

Paxton, Franciscam *l 

Paxton, Gulielmus 39 

Paxton, Janam ?^ 

Paxton, John 57 

Paxton, Rich'us *^ 

Paxton, Thomas 123 : n. 53 

Peacock, Ann 61 

Peacock, Anne 


Peacock, Bridgett 1^^ 

Peacock, Geo l'-^ 

Peacock, Rev. George, Dean of Ely loO 

Peacock, Margaret 150 

Peacock, Mary 72 

Peacock, Simon _° 

Peacock, Rev. Thomas 150 

Peacocke, — Jl 

Pearce, Mary '^ 

Peareth, Ann •• 60 

Pearson, Ann 127, 129, 133 

Pearson, Anthony 8, 126 : n. 129 

Pearson, Elizab 124 

Pearson, Elizabeth ... 123, 135 : n. 131,143 
Pearson, James ... 128 : n. 125, 134, 135, 143 

Pearson, Jane 127 

Pearson, John 125,127,134 

Pearson, Mary IjO 

Pearson, Hon. Mary _ *^ 

Pearson, Michael I-IS, 146 

Pearson, Robert ^8 

Pearson, Thomas '^4 

Pearson, Walter 120, 122 

Pearson, William 129, 134 : n. 128, 133 

Pearson, Willm 129 

Peart, Elizabeth 92 

Peart, George ^'^ 

Peart .Marg'tam '^f 

Peart, Stephanus 12 

Pearte, Annam "11 

Peart e, Georgius ^1 

Pedder, Alice 15-1 

Redder, Harriet 151 

Pedder, Rev. John 15* 

Peers, Jane 71 

Peikson, Eliz 13 

Peirson, Ellenoram 1^ 

Peirson, Francisa' 12 

Peirson', Henry 102 

Peirson, Jacobus ip 

Peirson, Joh'es 13 

Pell, Elizabeth Nicholls H? 

Pell, Robert H" 

Pemberton, Anne , 

^ 43 

Pemberton, John 51 

Pemberton, Mary *3 

Pemberton, Michael 13 

Pemberton, Thomasin 51 

Peniman, Jacobo • 6 

Penniman, Lady 6 : n.l 

Pekniman, — ^ 



Pennyman, Elizabeth 147 

Pennyman, Frances Harriett 147 

Pennyman, James 7 

Pennyman, Sir James 7 

Pennyman, Thomas 7 

Pennyman, Sir William 147 

Pennyman, Lady 6 

Penson, Rev. P 131 

Penyman, Lady 7 

Percy,— 141 

Perkins, Isabellam 46 

Peverell, Aliciam 39 

Peverell, Annam 40 

Peverell, Ellenoram 40 


Peverell, ROBERTUS 40 

Peverley. Anne 56 

Peverley, Thomas 56 

Phelps, Anne Katherine, Countess of An- 
trim 22 

Phelps, Edmund 22 

Phenicke, Elizabeth 4 

Philips, Jane 108 

Philips, Mary 102 

Philipson, Cuthbertus 44 

Philipson, Marg'tam 44 

Phillipps, Arthur loi : w. 108 

Phillips, Abra 47 

Phillips, Alexander 132 

Phillips, Ann 47, 132 

Phillips, Arthur 9 : n. 101 

Phillips, Catherine 142 

Phillips, Christian 9 

Phillips, Mary Ann 132 

Phillips, Mary Jane 133 

Phillips, — 139 

Phillipson, Godfrey 54 

Phillipson, Janam 43 

Phillipson, Joh'es 43 

Phillipson, Sarah 54 

Phillpotts, Maj.-Gen. Arthur Thomas 28 

Phillpotts, Charlotte Cassandra ... 27 

Phillpotts, Deborah Maria 27,28,129 

Phillpotts, Edward Copleston 27 

Phillpotts, George 28 

Phillpotts, Georgiana 27 

Phillpotts, H 28 

Phillpotts, Harriet Sibylla 27,129 

Phillpotts, Rev. Henry, Prebendary 

OF Durham 28,129 

Phillpotts, Rev. Henry, Prebendary 

OF Durham, Bishop of Exeter ... 27 

Phillpotts, John Scott 28 

Phillpotts, Julia 28 

Phillpotts, Sibella 28 

Phillpotts. Bishop 29 

Phillpotts, Dr., Bishop 153 

Phillpotts, Dr., Bishop of Exeter 151 

Phillpotts, Dr., Bishop of Exeter, Prebend- 
ary of Durham 149 

Philpot, Henrye 82 

Philpot, James 83 

Philpot, John, Minor Canon of Dur- 
ham 82 

Philpott, Jane 82 

Philpott, John, Minor Canon of Dur- 
ham 83 

Philpott, Sir John 82 

Phylpott. Jane 82 

Phylpott, John 82 

Pickering, Bridgetta' 40 

Pickering, Geo 77 

Pickering, George 47 

Pickering, Isabel 47 

Pickering, Jane 77 

Pickering, Joh'es 40 

Pickering, Maria' 42 

Pierson, Marg 48 

Pierson, Hon. Mary 48 

Pierson, Robert 48 

Pigot, Charles 19 

Pig-ot, Edward 19 

Pigot, Edward Loyd 19 

Pigot, Elizabeth 19 

Pigot, Henry 19 

Pigot, HoUis 19 

Pigot, Richard 19 

Pigot, Robert 19 

Pigot, Rev. Robert, Minor Canon of 

Durham 19 

Pigot, RoBT 18,72,117 

Pigot, Thomas 19 

Pigot, William 19 

Pilkington, Anne 84 

Pilkington, Grace 4 

Pilkington, Gratia 89 

Pilkington, Isabellam 44 

Pilkington, James, Bishop of Durham 84, 89 

Pilkington, Jane 82 

Pilkington, Joseph 84 

Pilkington, Leonard, D.D., Prebendary of 

Durham 84 

Pilkington, Dr. Leonard 82, 89 

Pilkington, Richardus 44 

Pilkington, Bishop 82 

Pilkington, — 82 

Pin, .see Du Pin. 

PiNKNEY, Margaret 57 

PiNKNEY, Mary 55 


Pitchford, Rev. John 129 

Pitchford, Margaret 129 

Pitt, Alicia' 41 

Pitt, Baldwynus 41 

Pius IX., Pope 149 

Place, Alice 86 

Place, Robert 86 

Place, — 86 

Pleasance, Anne 90 

Pleasance, Foster 90 

Pleasance, Grace 90 

Pleasance, Grizell 90 

Pleasance, Jane 90 

Pleasance, John 90 

Pleasance, Mary 90 

Pleasance, Richard 90 

Pleasance, Rtcherd 86 

Pleasance, Robert 86 

Pleasance, Rev. Robert 90 

Pleasance, — 86 

Pleasant, Robert 3 

Pleasant, — 4,7 

Pleasants, Jane 7 

Pleasaunce, Elizabeth 90 

Pleasaunce, Forster 90 

Plesant, Jane 90 

Plesant, Robertus 90 

Plesence, Jana 98 

Plesunst, Jane 4 



Ponton, Elizabetham 136 



Poole, John 122 

Pope Pius IX H9 

Porter, Elizabeth 103, 112 


Porter, Rich'us 42 

PORTESSE, Maegarett 38 

Potter, Ann 73 

Potter, Elizabeth 53 

Potter, John 53 

Potter, Mary 64 

Potter, Thomas 73 

Potter, Will 64 

Potts, Elizabeth 20 

Potts, GriLBERTUs 44 

Potts, Janam 44 

Potts, Jno 20 

Potts, John 73 

Potts, Mary 73 

Potts, William 20 

Poulson, — 124 

PowEL, Sarah 125 

PowEL, — , Minor Canon of Durham... 125 

Powell, John 57,115 

Powell, John, Minor Canon of Dur- 
ham 116 

Powles, Frederica Louisa 31 

Powles, John Diston 31 

Powles, Thomas Octavius 31 

Prat, Jane 51 

Prat, Mat 51 

Pratt, Ann 87 

Pratt, William 87 

Prest, Edward, Archdeacon of Dur- 
ham 156 

Prest, — , Archdeacon of Durham ... 33 

Preston, Kichard, Viscount 49, 105 

Price, Col. Barrington 24 

Price, Caroline 28 

Price, Lady Maria 24 

Price, Lady Mary 24 

Price, Mary Ann 127 

Price, Robert 24 

Price, Rev. Robert, Prebendary of 

Durham 127 

Price, Hon. Sarah 24 

Price, Uvedale Robert 127 

Price, William 24 

Price, Dr 129, 130 

Price, Dr., Prebendary of Durham 132 : 

M. 28 

Priestly, Eliz 65 

Priestly, George 65 

Pringor, Isabel 64 

Prockter, Dorothy 65 

Procter, Ambrose 52 

Procter, Elizabeth 148 

Procter, Jane 52 

Procter, Mary 65 

Procter, Robert 148 

Peosser, Rev. R., D.D., Archdeacon and 

Prebendary OF Durham 132 

Prosser, Dr. Richard 132 

Prosser, Richard Samuel 129 

Peosser, Sarah 132 

Prosser, Archdeacon 135 

Peossee, Dr., Prebendary and Arch- 
deacon of Durham 129 

Prosser, — 129 

Prosser, see also Wegg-Prosser. 

Proud, Anne 16 

Proud, Catherine 54 

Proud, Cicilia 59 

Proud, Frances 17 

Proud, Jane 64 

Proud, Joh'is 16 

Proud, Johan'es 16,45 

Proud, John 16, 17, 54 

Proud, Maeg'tam 45 

Peoud, Robert 59 

Proud, Thomas 16 

Pruddus, Ann 60 

Pulteney, — 125 

Purvis, Geo 67 

Purvis, Margt 67 

Pye, Margaret 121 

Pye, Mary 122 

Pye, Wm 122 

Queen Anne of England 106 

Quin, — 131 

Race, Ann 58 

Raddon, Maegeriam 40 

Radnor, Lord 146 

Rain, Giles 50 

Rain, Mary 50 

Raine, Alice 50 

Raine, Annam 39 

Raine, Anne 150 

Raine, Elizabeth 50 

Raine, James 150 

Raine, Rev. James 134, 150 

Raine, Rev. Canon James 150 

Raine, John 50 

Raine, Margaret 150 

Raine, Mary 64 

Raine, Dr 96 

Raine, — 6 

Rainsford, Eliz 122 

Raisbeck, Isabellam 46 

Ramsay, Ann 58 

Ramsay, Thomas 58 

Ramsey, Cath 66 

Ramsey, Robt 66 

Randall,— 88 

Randolph, — 75 

Rangall, Elizabeth 2 

Rangall, Jo 84 

Rangall, John 2,84,90 

Ranghall, George 90 

Ransom, Alicia' 42 

Ranson, Ellenr 53 

Ranson, Hannah 70 

Rashell, Christopher 101 

Rashells, Margaret 76 

Raulin, Nicolai 4 

Raulin, Thomas 4 

Raw, Anne 61 

Raw, Catherine 104 

Raw, George 55 

Raw, Janam 43 

Raw, Jo. " 103,104 

Raw, John 104, 116, 124 

Raw, Maegaeet 55 

Raw, Maria 42 

Raw, Richard 103 

Raw,- ^00 

Rawe, Catherine 113 

Rawe, John H^ 

Rawe, Richard 100 

Rawe, — 100 

Rawlin, Barbara ^ 



Rawlin, Eliz 78,122 

Rawlin, Elizabeth 4 

Rawlin, Mary 4 

Rawlin, Nicholas 4 

Rawling, Sir Benjamin 123 

Rawling, Eliz 48 

Rawling-, Elizabeth 123 

Rawling, Magdalenam 42 

Rawling, Maetham 42 

Rawling, Michael 48 

Rawling, Samuel 42 

Rawling, Thomas 42 

Raynsforth, Elizabeth 122 

Raynsforth, John NichoUs 122 

Read, George 105 

Read, — 117 

Readhead, Mary 65 

Readshaw, Christopher 122 

Readshaw, George 118 

Readshaw, Isabel 118 

Readshaw, Jacob 118,120: n. 121 

Readshaw, James 64 

Readshaw, Jane 53 

Readshaw, Mary 121 

Readshaw, Robert 53 

Readshaw, Sarah 64 

Reah, Ann 77 

Reah, Mary 75 

Reaveley, Adam 71 

Reaveley, Dorothy 71 

Reay, Anne 56 

Reay, Hannah 134 

Reay. Joseph 10 

Reay, Margaret 10 

Reay, Mary 69 

Reay, Robt 56 

Reay, Utrick 134 

Reddish, Winifred 74 

Redhead, Is 65 

Redhead, Robt 65 

Redshaw, Jane 64 

Redshaw, Jno 64 

Reed, Annam 40 

Reed, Eleanor 43 

Reed, Gulielmi 99 

Reed, Hannah 134 

Reed, Hannah Jane 134 

Reed, Isabella 99 

Reed, Janam 39,41 

Reed, Joanna 57 

Reed, Margaret 54 : 7i. 134 

Reed, Mary 63,71 

Reed, Michael 43 

Reed, Tho 71 

Reed, Will 63 

Reed, William 134 

Reed, — Ill 

Reede, Ann 75 

Reedshaw, Barbaire 36 

Reid. Mary 50 

Relph, Mary 136 

Relton, Henry Rennet 145 

Relton, Henry Rennett 145 

Relton, Rev. John Rudge 145 

Relton, Sophia 145 

Renison, Robert 120 

Rennison, Elizabeth 76 

Renny, Ann 57 

Renton, Margaretam 40 

Renwick, Benjamin 24 

Renwick, Jane 24 

Renwick, Matthew 24 

Revely, David 59 

Revely, Mary 59 

Ricaby, Annam 46 

RiCHARBY, Jane 72 

Richarby, John 72 

Richardson, Alice 50 

Richardson, Ann 92, 113 

Richardson, Anne 54, 86 : /t. 3, 92 

Richardson, Anthony 2 

Richardson, Bryan 92 

Richardson, Christopher 3 

Richardson, Dorothea' 41 

Richardson, Eleanor 121 

Richardson, Elizabeth 55,94 : n. 3, 92 

Richardson, Frances 47 

Richardson, Francis 3 

Richardson, Helene 92 

Richardson, Helme 92 

Richardson, James 51 

Richardson, Janam 43 

Richardson, Jane 51, 54, 69 : ?i. 3 

Richardson, Johannes 91 

Richardson, John 54, 86 : w. 3, 92, 113 

Richardson, Margaret 3,46 

Richardson, Maegar'tam 46 

Richardson, Mariam 46 

Richardson, Mary •. 50, 55 : ?i. 3 

Richardson, Michael 92 

Richardson, Nicholaus 94 

Richardson, Ralph 2 

Richardson, Rich'us 41 

Richardson, Sarah 2 

Richardson, Thomas 92 

Richardson, William 3, 92 

Richardson, Wm 69 

Richardson, Xpofer 3 

RiCHED, Bishop of Durham 84 

Richeson, John 1 

Richmond, Barbara 48 

Richmond, Christopher 74 

Richmond, Elizabeth 74 

Richmond, Isabella 74 

Richmond, Robert 72 

Richmond. Sarah 72 

Richmond, William 48 

Rickaby, Catherine 121 

Ridley, Catherine 57 

Ridley, Eliz 71 

Ridley, Isabella 75 

Ridley, John 75 

Ridley, Margaret 69,76 

Ridley, Thomas 69 

Ridley, Wm 57 

Rigby, Ellen 143 

Rigby, William 143 

RiPPON, Aliciam 45 

RipPON, Eliz 52 

RippoN, John 52 

RipponJ Susanna 67 

Risby, Catherine 83 

Risby, William 83 

RoANTREE, Jane 58 

RoANTEEE, William 58 


Roberts, Rich'us, Minor Canon of 

Durham 41 

Robertson, Archibald Harvey 34 

Robertson, Eliza 33, 158 

Robertson, Frances Henrietta ... 33, 34 : 

71. 158 



Robertson, Capt. George 30 

Robertson, Hilda 34: 

Robertson, Marianne 30 

Robertson, Mary 33 

Robertson, Mary Anne Georgiana 33 

Robertson, Norman 33 

Robertson, Lieut.-Col. Peter Taylor 33 

Robertson, W. H 33, 34, 155, 156, 157 

Robertson. Rev. W. H 157 

Robertson, William Henry 158 

Robertson, William Henry, M.D 33, 158 

Robertson, Rev. William Henry, 

Minor Canon of Durham 33,34 

Robin, Anne 128 

Robin, Philip 128 

Robinson, Alice 95 

Robinson, Ann 135 

Robinson, Anne Caroline 154, 156 

Robinson, Barbara 72 

Robinson, Catherine 54 

Robinson, Charles 135 

Robinson, Doroth 52 

Robinson, Dorothy 48: ?». 10 

Robinson, Elizabeth 58, 74 : n. 10 

Robinson, Elizabetham 45 

Robinson, Elizabth 122 

Robinson, Frances Harriett 147 

Robinson, Franciscam 40 

Robinson, George 59 

Robinson, Georgius 43, 44 

Robinson, Hannam 43 

Robinson, Isabel 69 

Robinson, J. C. W 154 

Robinson, Janam 44 

Robinson, Jane 58, 59 

Robinson, Joh'es 43 

Robinson, John 69 

Robinson, John Christopher Wall 147 

Robinson, Leonards 42 

Robinson, Marg'tam 43 

Robinson, Margaret 86 

Robinson, Maria' 42 

Robinson, Mariam 44 

Robinson, Mary 60 

Robinson, Michael 74 

Robinson, Nathaniel 40 

Robinson, Ositha 117 

Robinson, Thomas 58 

Robinson, William 58 

Robinson,— 116: ». 10, 86, 156 

Robson, Alice 92 

Robson, Alice Maude 146 

Robson, Ann 49 : w. 141, 153 

Robson, Ajjna' 42 

Robson, Edward 71 

Robson, Elianor 64 

Robson, Elionor 78 

Robson, Eliz 50,65,71 

Robson, Elizabeth Ann 151 

Robson, Frances 153 

Robson, Johanne, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 3 

Robson, Johannes 2 

Robson, Rev. Johannis 2 

Robson, John 2, 49, 153 : n. 92, 93, 140 

Robson, John, Prebendary op Durham 93 

Robson, Rev. John 1 

Robson, Joseph 93 

Robson, Margaret 93 

Robson, Maegareta 3 

Robson, Maegareta 4 

Robson, Maria 96 

Robson, Mary 140 

Robson, Richard 1, 93 : n. 2 

Robson, Robert Naisbitt 154 

Robson, Sarah 97 : w. 148 

Robson, Simon, Dean of Bristol 92 

Robson, Thomas 153 

Robson, Will 64 

Robson, Willia' 95 

Robson, William 50 

RoDDAM, Jane 129 

RoDDAM, John 129 

Rogers, Rev. Th 156 

ROOKBY, Rad'us 42 

RooKBY, Susanna' 42 

RooKSBY, Eliz 64 

RooKSBY, Martha 78 

RosBY, Ann 70 

ROSBY, Edw 70 



Ross, Elizabeth 42 

Ross, Patrick 42 

Rothwell, Anne 2 

Rowe, Annabella 116 

RowE, Jane 109, 122 

RowE. John 116 : w. 104, 124 

RowE, Rich 109 

Rowe, Rev. Richard 124 

Rowe, — 16 

Rowel, Rebbecca 60 

RowELL, Eliz 53 

Rowell, John 115 

Rowell, — 8:?j. 115 

Rowland, John 154 

Rowland, Phillis 154 



Rowlandson, Christopher 143, 157 

ROWLANDSON, Hannah 157: «. 143 

ROWLANDSON, Kate Marion 147 

ROWLANDSON, SAMUEL 145, 157 : u. 143, 153 

ROWLANDSON, Saeah 153 : ». 143, 157 

RoxBY, Eliz 49 

Rubridge, Emma 28 

Rubridge, James 28 

Rud, Rev. Tho 17 

Rud, Rev. Thomas 119 

RuDD, John 17 

Rudd, Joseph 92 

RuDD, Tho 17 

RuDD, Thomas 17 

Rudd, Rev. Thomas lH 

Rudd, Wilbraham 17 

Rush, Mary 96 

Rush, Samuel 96 

Rush, Samuell 96 

Russel, Catherine 124 

RussEL, Isabel 56 

Russell, Elizabeth 132 

Russells, Janam 40 

Rutlidge, Mariam 42 

RuTLis, Grace 71 

RuTTER, Cuthbert 69 

Rutter, Eliz 69 

Rydale, — 83 

Ryder, Elizabeth 38 

Ryder, Ottiwell 38 

Rydley, Anne 116 

Rye, John 121 

Rymee, Elizabeth 18, 118 



Rymer, Rev. Jo 18 

Rymee, Rev. John 118, 119, 121 

Rymee, Michal 121 

St. George, — 85, 88, 92, 115 

Salkeild, Jane 64 

Salkeld, Fbances 62 

Salmon, Catherine 159 

Salmon, Thomas 159 

Salt, George 137, 144 

Salt, Mary 137 

Salvin, Ann 50 

Salvin, Anthony 14, 50, 137, 141, 147, 148 

Salvin, Caroline Sophia 146 

Salvin, Eleanora Elizabeth... 137, 141, 147, 148 

Salvin, Gerard 50 

Salvin, Henry 146 

Sampson, Aliciam 40 

Sampson, Anne 89 

Sampson, Dr. Thomas, Dean of Christ 

Church 89 

Sanders, Christopher 130 

Sanderson, Eliz 52 

Sanderson, Ellenora' 41 

Sanderson, Francisca' 43 

Sanderson, Joh'es 41,43 

Sanderson, Joshua 43 

Sanderson, Lucy 134 

Sanderson, Mariam 43 

Sanderson, Mary 76 

Sanderson, Patrick 76 

Sands, Margarett 38 

Sands, William 38 

Sandwich, Earl of 154 

Sandys, Edwin, Archbishop of York 37 

Sandys, Margaret 37 

Satchell, Elizabeth 140 

Saunders, Catherine 84 

Savage, Elizabetham 39 

Savill, Thomas 95 

Saxton, John 113 

Sayer, ANN 72 

Sayer, Catherine 119 

Sayer, ExTON 119 

Sayer, Rev. George 24 

Sayer, James 60 

Sayer, Mary 24 

Sayer, Tho 72 

Sayer, Thomasine 60 

Sayre, Catharinam 45 

Sayre, Laurentius 45 

Schepper, Frances 119 

Schneeberger, John 121 

ScissoN, Isabella 4 

Scorer, Jane 63 

Scorer, Will 63 

Scott, Adam 125 

Scott, Ann 128 

Scott, Catherine Elizabeth 20 

Scott, James 20 

Scott, John 60 

Scott, Mary 60 

Scott, Thomas 60 

Scourfield, Anne 107 

SCROGGS, Ann 69 

ScROGGS, Samuel 69 

Sceuton, Doeitye 9 

scruton, dorotheam 39 

Scruton, Dorothy 9 

ScRUTON, Margarett 117 

ScuEFEiLD, Alicia' 41 

Seamee, Ann 60 

Seamer, Edward 60 

Seddon, Hannah 69 

Seddon, John 69 

Sedgewick, Mary 75 

Sedgwick, Eliz 54 

Selby, Christopher 50 

Selby, Jane 68 

Selby, Rebecca 50 

Serpell, Jane 140 

Setton, Frances 11 

Setton, John 11 

Sexton, Elioner 122 

Seymour, Caroline Mary Anne 28 

Seymour, John C. G 28 

Shaclock, Francisca' 44 

Shaclock, Johan'es 44 

Shadforth, Marg 51 

Shadforth, Margarett 74 

Shadforth, Mary 74 

Shadforth, Robert 74 

Shadforth, Thomas 74 

Shadforth, Thomasin 51 

Shaffield, Elizabeth 59 

Shafto, Dorothy 116 

Shafto, Jannam 40 

Shafto, Mary 66 

Shafto, Robert 119 

Shafto, Robert Ingram 136 

Shafto, Sarah 136 

Shaftoe, Mary 52 

Shaklock, Marg'tam 45 

Sharp. Rev. Andrew 19 

Sharp, Ann 19,120 

Sharp, Ann Jemima 130 

Sharp, Sir C 4 

Sharp, Catherine 18 

Sharp, Sir Cuthbert 84, 113 

Sharp, Dorothy 122 

Sharp, Elizabeth 18 

Sharp, Frances 19 

Sharp, Granville 19 : ?i. 122 

Sharp, James 18 : n. 19 

Sharp, Jane 73 

Sharp, John, Archbishop of York 1 22 

Sharp, Rev. John, D.D., Archdeacon op 
Northumberland, Prebendary of 

Durham 126 

Sharp, Judith 19, 122, 129 : n. 18 

Sharp, De. Tho 75 

Sharp, Rev. Dr. Thomas, Peebendary 

OF Durham 19, 120 

Sharp, Rev. Dr. Thomas, D.D., Pee- 
bendary OF DuEHAM, Archdeacon 

OP Northumberland 18, 122 

Sharp, Archbishop 18 

Sharp, Archdeacon 122 

Sharp, Dr 75,77 

Sharp, Dr., Peebendaey op Dueham 

125, 129 

Shaepe, Annam 43 

Shaepe, Anthonius 43 

Sharpe, Beatrice 155 

Sharpe, James 155 

Shaw, Alexander 41, 110 

Shaw, Alice 64 

Shaw, Barbara 11, 121 

Shaw, Catherine 121 

Shaw, Ellenoe 110 

Shaw, Ellenoea' 41 

Shaw, Bllenoram 40 



Shaw, Geoffrey 11,121 

Shaw, GrULiELMO 3 

Shaw, Hiltox 121 

Shaw, Muriel 66 

Shaw, Saram 41 

Shaw, Wm 66 

Shawe, Alexandr 8 


Shawe, Henricus 41 

Shawter, Annam 39 

Shawter, Lancelotits 41 

Shawter, Mariam 41 

Sheffeild, Anne 36 

Sheffeild, Nicholas 84 

Sheffield. Ann 87 

Sheffield, Jane 94 

Sheild, Mary 54 

Sheild, Ralph 54 

Shepheardson, Elizabetham 39 

Shepheardson, Johan'es 39 

Shepherd, Agretem 43 

Shepherd, Georgius 43 

Sheppard, Ann 52 

Sheppard, James 61 

Sheppard, Jane 61 

Sheraton, Elizabetham 40 

Sherman, Tho., Minor Canon of Dur- 
ham ... 110 

Shethum, David 49 

Shethum, Eliz 49 

Shevill, Eliz 69 

Shevill, Geo 69 

Shipley, Anna' 44 

Shipley, Barbara 70 

Shipley, Edward 55 

Shipley, Jane 69 

Shipley, Mary 55 

Shipley, Michael 55 

Shipperdson, Rev. Edmund Hector ... 73, 104 

Shipperdson, Margaret 104 

Shipperdson, Ralph 104 

Shipperdson, — 81 

Short, Margery 49 

Shotton, Mary 77 

Shrewsbury and Talbot, Earl of 119 

Shute, Ann 71 

Shuttleworth, Elizabeth ... 108 : n. 112 

Shuttleworth, Nicholas 108,112 

Shuttleworth, Richard 112 

Shuttleworth, Sir Richard 112 

Shuttleworth.— 112 

Siddons, — 132 

SiDGEWiCK, Eliz 53 


SiDGWiCK, Mary 55 

SiDWiCK, Jane 38 

Simey, Isabella 79 

SiMEY, Marian 79 

Simey, Ralph 79 

Simon, — 73 

Simpson, Aliciam 39 

Simpson, Anne 78 : ?t. 43 

Simpson, Bolton, Minor Canon ... 142, 144 

Simpson, Rev. Bolton 145, 147 

Simpson, Dorothy 60, 68 

Simpson, Elizabeth 104: ?i. 43 

Simpson, Elizabetha 14 

Simpson, George 60 

Simpson, Isabel 114 

Simpson, Isabell 107 

Simpson, Jxna' 43 

Simpson, Jo 104: ?i. 113 

Simpson, Joh'es 43 

Simpson, Joh'is 12 

Simpson, Johan'is 14 

Simpson, Johannes 39 

Simpson, John 105, 113 

Simpson, Joseph 76 

Simpson, Margaret 121 

Simpson, Maria 12 

Simpson, Mary 76, 107 

Simpson, Tho 113 

Simpson, Thomas 105,113 

Simpson, Wm 78 


SiSSON, Cuthbertus 97 

SissoN, Esther 65 

SiSSON, Francisca 99 

SissoN, Jos 65 

SiSSON, Murial 105 

SissoNS, Capt. John 95 

SissoNS, Matthew 95 

SissoNS, Merrill 8 

Skelton, Jane 72 

Skelton, ROBT 72 

Skene, A. P 135 

Skene, Andrew Philip 133 

Skene, Henrietta 135 : n. 133 

Skene, Katherine 133 

Skene, Capt. Philip (Wharton) 133 

Skepper, Christopher 115 

Skepper, Jane 104 

Skepper, Moses 115 

Skepper, Thomas 104,115 

Skinner, Georgius 43 

Skinner, Mariam 43 

Skinner, Mary 43 

Skinner, William 43 

Skinner, — 43 

Skurfeild, Wm 105 

Skurrey, Barbara' 42 

Skurrey, Gulielms 42 

Slater, Elizabeth 53 

Sleigh, Frances 23, 137 

Sleigh, William 23, 137 

Smailes, Jane 77 

Smallpage, Dan 46 

Smallpage, Ruth 46 

Smart, James 108 

SMART, Jane 121 

Smart, Margaret 55 

Smart, Peter, Prebendary of Durham 3 

Smart, Susanna 3 

Smelt, Margaretam 42 

Smelt, Richard 4, 112 

Smelt, Richardo 4 

Smiles, Elionor 78 

Smiles, John 78 

Smirk, George 57 

Smirk, Joanna 57 

Smith, Alice 59 

Smith, An 38 

Smith. Ann 69, 75, 111 

Smith, Anne 54, 56, 102 : n. 110 

Smith, Barbara 53 

Smith, Betty 129 

Smith, David 59 

Smith, Dulcebella 5 

Smith, DuLCiBELLA 91 

Smith, Edward 1 

Smith, Eleanor 56 

Smith, Eli 37 

P D 



Smith, Eli., Minor Canon of Dueham 97 
Smith, Eli^, Minor Canon of Dur- 
ham 4,5,6,90,91 

Smith, Elias 3, 8 : n. 13 

Smith, Rev. Elias, Minor Canon of 

Durham 37, 94, i,'8 : n. 115 

Smith, Elisabeth 107 

Smith, Elisabetha 4 

Smith, Eliz 18, G5 

Smith, Elizab'a 5 

Smith, Elizabeth 94, 140 : ?;. 17, 45 

Smith, Elizabetham 3C, 39 

Smith, Ellinor 56 

Smith, Faith 130 

Smith, Frances 78 

Smith, Francis 88 

Smith, Rev. Georg'e 46 

Smith, GrOLiBRiGHT 107 

Smith, Grace 77 

Smith, G-RATiA 4 

Smith, Gulielmi 88 

Smith, Gulielmus 88 

Smith, Henr'o 5 

Smith, Henricus 36 

Smith. Henry 107, 110 : n. 88 

Smith! Rev. Henry 100, 104, 108 

Smith, Isabel 47 

Smith, Isabell 8, 56 

Smith, Isabella' 37 

Smith, James 66: n. 82, 88 

Smith, Jana 98 

Smith. Jane 46,61 

Smith, Jo 110 

Smith, Joan 64 

Smith, John 17,56,105,119,121,128,130,136 : 

n. 46 

Smith, John, D.D 17, 18 

Smith, Dr. John, Prebendary 36 

Smith, Rev. John, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham Ill 

Smith, Joh'nes, Minor Canon and Pre- 
bendary of Durham 45 

Smith, Joseph 17, 75, 104 : ?i. 46 

Smith, Margaret 60 : n. 14, 88 

Smith, Margareta 5 

Smith, Margarkta 14 

Smith, Margareta' 44 

Smith, Margaretam 41 

Smith, Margarett 74 

Smith, Maria 4 

Smith, Mariam 45 : ?i. 43 

Smith, Mary 17, 62, 64, Q6, 71, 75, 109, 118, 

128 : n. 18, 36, 46, 107 

Smith. Mary Ann 136 

Smith, Marye 93 

Smith, Peter 43 

Smith, Philadelphia 36,46 

Smith, Posthumus 116, 117 

Smith, RicARDUs 90 

Smith, Richard 3,56 

Smith, Rob 13, 14 

Smith, Robert 1,64,74,88,102,111: ?i. 12, 14 

Smith, Robt 53,62 

Smith, Sarah 6.7,37 

Smith, Susanna 6, 7, 97, 100, 115 

Smith, Tamar 108 

Smith, Tho 78 

Smith, Thomas 44: «. 88 

Smith, Dr. Thomas, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham, Bishop of Carlisle 13 

Smith, WiLLiA' 38 


Smith, William 1, 18, 47, 93, 111, 118 : w 

46, 82, 90 

Smith, Rev. William 

Smith, Wm 

Smith, Zadock 

Smith, Dr 17, 

Smith, Dr., Bishop of Carlisle 

Smith, Dr., Dean of Carlisle 

Smith, Dr., Prebendary of Durham ... 

Smith.— 17, 109, 116 : ». 

Smith-Dorrien, Rev. W. M., Minor 
Canon of Durham 

Smithson, Deborah 

Smithson, Geo 

Smurfoot, Tho 

Smurthwaite, Margeriam 

Smyth, Eli^, Minor Canon of Dur- 

Smyth, Henricus 

Smyth, Margareta 

Smyth, — 

Smythe, Edwarde 

Snaith, Eliz 

Snaith, Isabell 

Snaith, Peter 

Snaith, Robt 

Snawdon, Barbara 

Snawdon, Barbara' 

Snawdon, Elizabeth 

Snavs^don. Georgius 

Snawdon, Gulielms 

Snawdon, Jacobus 

Snawdon, John 

Snawdon, Magdalena' 

Snawdon, Margareta 

Snawdon, Mariam 

Snawdon, Susanna 

Snawdon, William 102, 106, 

Snawdon, Wilmi 

Snawdon, Wmi 

Sneyd, Barbara 

Sneyd, Catherine Hannah 29, 

Sneyd, Edward 29,133, 

Sneyd, Uev. Edward... 29, 139, 146, 148, 

Sneyd, Rev. Edward, Minor Canon of Dur- 

Sneyd, Maria 

Sneyd, Nathaniel 

Sneyd, Archdeacon Wettenhall 

Sneyd, Rev. William 

Snowden, Elizabeth 

Snowdbn. George 

Snowden, Sarah 

Snowden, William 

Sofley, Isabel 

Somerset, Lord Arthur 

Somerset, Arthur Edward 

Somerset, Edith 

Somerset, Henry, Duke of Beaufort 

Sommers, Mary 

Sommers, Richard 

Sonkey, Ann , 

Sonkey , I) orothea 

Sonkey, Thomas 

Southeron, Eliz 

Southeron, Robt 

Sowerby, Ann 

Sowerby, Hannah 

Sowerby, Isabellam 

Spark, Ann 

Spark, Eliz 































































Spakk, Janam 43 

Spark^ John 51,73 

Sparke, Annam 39 

Sparke, Johannes 39 

Sparke, Mary f>0 

Speare, Elisabetham -t-l 

Spearman, Anne 11 

Spearman, Dorothea 10 

Spearman, Dorothea 9 

Spearman, Dorothy 115 : w. 11, 110, 111, 123, 

137, UO 

Spearman, Elisabetham 45 

Spearman, Eliz 112 

Spearman, Elizab 15 

Spearman, Elizabeth 8, IDS : n. 11 

Spearman, Elizabetha 9 

Spearman, Franciscus 10, '.)9 

Spearman, George 8, 95 

Spearman, Gilbert 48, 109, 110, 111, 113, 115 

Spearman, Gilbertus 11 

Spearman. Han 48 

Spearman, Hannah 120 

Spearman, Isabella 11 

Spearman, Jo Ill 

Spearman, Joh'is 11,99 

Spearman, Johannes 11 

Spearman, Johannis 9,10,11 

Spearman, John 8, 95, 108, 109, 111 : n. 11, 

112, 118 

Spearman. Marq 48 

SpeakmanJ Mary 110, 115 

Spearman, Michael 104 : n. 11 

Spearman, Phillis 11 

Spearman. Kob 48 

Spearman, Robert 109, 118 : ?t. 48, 111, 140 

Spearman, RoBT 115 

Spearman, Theophilxjs 113 

Spearman, — 16 

Speck, Mary 60 

Spencelay, Isabellam 46 


Spenceley, Alicia' 38 

Spenceley, John 38 

Spencer, George 57 

Spencer, Margaret 57 

Spooner, Mary 105 

Spoor, Hannah 132 

Spoor, Margaret 60 

Spoor, Robert 60 

Stagg, Alicia' 41 

Stagg, Elizabeth 119 

Stagg, Gulielmi 12 

Stagg, GuLiELMS 12,41 

Stagg, William 107 

Stagge, Alice 116 

Stainesby, Anne 66 

Stainesby, Henry 56 


Stainsby, Thomas 42 

Stanhope, Anthony 89 

Stanhope, Arthur 89 

Stanhope, Elizabeth 89 

Stanhope, Thomas 89 

Stanhope, Dr 89 

Stapleton, Elizabeth 10 

Stapylton, Miles 104 : m. 43, 114 

Stapylton, — 10 

Starkin, Garret 55 

Starkin, Mary 55 

Sta WART, Jane 52 

Sta wart, John 52 

Steadman, Maria' 42 

Steele, Ann 126 

Steele, Elizabeth 44, 126 

Steele, Ralph 44 

Steele, William 126 

stell, Eleanor 65 

Stell, Wm 65 

Stephanus, Florence 103 

Stephen, Florence 103 

Stephenson, Ann 50 

Stephenson, Anne 63 

Stephenson, Conon 63 

Stephenson, Doroth 52 

Stephenson, Eliz 67 

Stephenson, Henry 67 

Stephenson, Jane 67 

Stephenson, John 50 

Stephenson, Margaret 57 

Stephenson, Will >}2 

Stephenson, Wm o7 

Stevenson, Elizabeth 53 

Stevenson, Jane 10 

Stevenson, John 10 

Stevenson, Mary 59 

Stevenson, Thomas 53 

Steward, Col 9 

Stewart, Jana' 42 

Stobbert, Eliz 60 

Stobert, Anne 82 

Stobert, Elizabeth 82, 87 

Stobert, Richard 82 : n. 87 

Stockdell, Joh'nes 45 

Stockdell, Margaretam 45 

Stoddert, Christopher 38 

Stoddert, Frances 38 

Stoddert, Jane 38 

Stoddert, Thomas 38 

Stokeld, Ann 153 

Stokeld, Elianoram 44 

Stokeld, Eliz 50 

Stokeld, Elizabeth 50 

Stokeld, John 50 

Stoker, Jane 24 

Stoker, William 24 

Stoker, Dr. William 24 

Stone, Mary 55 

Stone, Peter 55 

Stonehewer, Elizabeth 127 : n. 125 

Stoneheweb, Mary 120 

Stonehewer, Rich 117 

Stonehewer, Richard 120 : ?t. 125 

Stonehewer, Tho 117 

Stonehewer, Dr 117 

Stones, Christopher 8, 96 : n. 41 

Stones, JoANNAM 41 

Stones, Margaret 96 

Stones, Margarett 8 

Stoney, Andrew Robinson 24 

Stopes, Catherine 97 

Storey, Jonathan 120 

Stormont, Viscountess Louisa 81 

Story, Doroth 52 

Story, Eliz p2 

Story, Elizabetha' 39 

Story, Hen 52 

Story, Marg 50 

Story, Robt 62 

Stot, Anne 61 

Stothard, Barbara 38 

Stothard, Chi-istopher 38 

Stothard, Frances 38 



Stothard, Margaret 38 

Stothart, Anne 65 

Stothart, Tho 65 

Stott, George 75 

Stott, Jane 76 

Stott, Joseph 68 

Stott, Margaret 105 

Stott, Mary 68,75 

Stott. Timothy 105 

Stott, — 67 

Stout, Abraham 67 

Stout, Ann 67, 71 

Stout, Jo 71 

Strakee, Frances 70 

Straker, Nicholas 70 

Strathmore, John, Earl of 24 

Stubbs, Mary 55 

Stukeley, Johanna 66 

Sudall, — 13 

Sudbury, Anne 15 

Sudbury, Bridget 15 

Sudbury, Elizabeth 13, 14, 15 

Sudbury, Jo., Dean op Durham 104 

Sudbury, Joh'b 15 

Sudbury, John 15 

Sudbury, Sir John 104 

Sudbury, Dean 13,14,15 

Sudbury, Lady 16 


SuDDicK, Dr. George 1 

Suddick, Michael 37 

Suddick, Philip 1 

Suddick, Richard 1 


Sugar. Alice 36 

Sum'erside, Jane 64 

Sumner, George 87 

Sumner, Dr. John Bird, Prebendary of 
Durham, Bishop of Chester, Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury 140 

Sumner, Maria 30 

Sumner. Marianne 30 

Surat, Mary 75 

Sureties, Ann 52, 61 

Sureties, Hauxley 52 

Suretyes, Marian 39 

Surtees, Catherine 52 

Surtees, Crosier 157 

Surtees, Deborah Maria 27 

Surtees, Dorothy 157 

Surtees, Edward 56 

Surtees, Elizabeth 126 

Surtees, Hauxley 52, 126 

Surtees, Jane 56 

Surtees, Robert 52, 56 

Surtees, William 27 

Surtees, — 2, 4, 8, 9, 11, 13, 15, 16, 17, 43, 44, 

46, 50, 63, 74. 75, 82, 83, 85, 87, 88, 90, 92, 

93, 96, 97, 103, 107, 111, 115, 116, 126, 127, 

135, 140, 150. 

Swaineston, Eden 40 


Swainston, Alice 62 

Swainston, Frances 118 

Swainston, Margaret 57 

Swainston, Mary 61 

Swainston, Nicholas 118 

Swainston, Robt 61 

Swainston, Tho 62 

Swalwell, Eliz 65 

SWALWELL, Jane 51 

Swalwell, Robt 65 

Swift, Anne 87 

Swinborne, Tobias 5 

Swinburne, Elizabeth 8 

Swinburne, Marg'tam 41 

Swinburne, Thomas 8 

SwiNSED, Elizabeth 55 

Swyft, Anna 84,101 

Swyft, Robert 84 

Swyft,— 101 

Symson, Eliz 50 

Talbot, Catherine 119 

Talbot, Ellenoram 46 

Talbot, Tho 46 

Talbot, William, Bishop of Durham 119 

Talbot, Earl 119 

Talbot, xi-e also Shrewsbury and Talbot. 

Talentire, Hannah 69 

Taler, Margarett 95 

Taler, William 95 

Tarn, Alice 58 

Tarn, John 58 

Tatam, Ann HO 

Tatam, Robert HO 

Tayler, Eliz 71 

Tayler, Mathew 96 

Tayler, Mich 71 

Tayler, Will 96 

Taylor, Alice 77 

Taylor, Ann 67 

Taylor, Anne 61 

Taylor, Anthony 69 

Taylor, Barbara 109 

Taylor, Barbariam 39 

Taylor, Catherine 68 

Taylor, Eliz 69,70 

Taylor, Frances Anne 22 

Taylor, George 85 

Taylor, Gulielmus 39 

Taylor, Janam 40 

Taylor, Bishop Jeremy 146 

Taylor, Jocosam 44 

Taylor, Johan'es 44 

Taylor, Johannes 14 

Taylor, Johannis 14 

Taylor, John 103: «. 109 

Taylor, Joyce 113 

Taylor, Katherine 114 

Taylor, Margaret 58, 61, 70, 85 

Taylor, Margaeetam 39 

Taylor, Mary 47, 67 : n. 109, 146 

Taylor, Et. Hon. Michael Angelo 22 

Taylor, Petrus 40 

Taylor, Ralph 77 

Taylor, Sir Robert 22 

Taylor, Rutham 45 

Taylor. Sarah 106 

Taylor. Tho 47 

Taylor, Thomas 68: w. 109 

Taylor, Wm 61,70 

Taylor, Wrightington 45 

Taylour, Isabella 49 

Teasdaile, Alice 58 

Teasdaile, Sarah 50 

Tempest, Bridget 15 

Tempest, Elizabeth 8,13,14,15 

Tempest, Elizabetha 14 

Tempest, Fitz-Herbert 18 

Tempest, Frances 22 

Tempest, Francis 93 



Tempest, GuLiELMi 14 

Tempest, GuLiELMO 15 

Tempest, Gulielmus 13 

Tempest, Isabel ~ 

Tempest, John 8,95: «. 7, 22 

Tempest, Margaret 7 

Tempest, Margarett 7, 38 

Tempest, Sir Nich p 

Tempest, Sir Nicholas 'J3 

Tempest, Robert 94,95 

Tempest, Rowland 93 

Tempest, Sir Tho 93 

Tempest, Thomas 93 

Tempest, Willia' 95 

Tempest, Col. William 8,13,14,15,18 

Tempest, Wmo 14 

Tempest, Col 8 

Tempest, xce also Vane-Tempest. 

Temple, Rev. W. S 133 

Thin, Stuarta 6 

Thin, Thom.e 6 

Thistlethwayte, Tryphena 25 

Thomas. Frederick John 30 

Thomas, Rev. John, Canon of Canter- 
bury 30 

Thomas, Maria 30 

Thomas, Thomas 30 

Thomlinson, Eliz 62 

Thomlinson, Jane 78 

Thomlinson, Joseph 78 

Thomlinson, Richd 62 

Thomond, Henry, Earl of 48 

Thompson, Agnes 27 

Thompson, Aliciam 36 

Thompson, An 38 

Thompson, Ann 49, 60, 67 : «. 63 

Thompson, Anna' 41 

Thompson, Anne 56 

Thompson, Anthonius 36 

Thompson, Anthony 41 

Thompson, Barbara 48 

Thompson, Catherine 144 

Thompson, Rev. Christopher 63 

Thompson, Cuthbertus 43 

Thompson, Elianor 59 

Thompson, Eliz 40,43,48 

Thompson, Ellenoram 45 

Thompson, Ellinor 97 

Thompson, Ezekiel 52 

Thompson, Frances 58 

Thompson, George 58 

Thompson, Grace 67 

Thompson, Gulielms 43 

Thompson, Gulielmus 45 

Thompson, Hannah 55 

Thompson, Henry 72 

Thompson, Janam 44 

Thompson, Jane 67 

Thompson, .John 38, 67 

Thompson, Rev. John 144 

Thompson, Lucie 43 

Thompson, Margaret 122 : n. 41, 46 

Thompson, Margar'tam 46 

Thompson, Margt 72 

Thompson, Mary 67 

Thompson, Michael 60 

Thompson, Richard 70 

Thompson, Rob 67 

Thompson, Robert 46 

Thompson, Robertus 46 

Thompson. Sarah 52,70 

Thompson, Susan 47 

Thompson, Thomas 101 

Thompson, William 27 

Thompson, — 36 

Thomson, Ann 77 

Thomson, Annam 39 

Thomson, Thomas 77 

Thomson,— ^6 

Thornewill, Eliza Arabella Sarah 79 

Thornewill, Robert 79 

Thornton, Hannah 55 

Thornton, John 148 

Thornton, Margaret 55 

Thornton, Mary 148 

Thornton, Rev. Robert 107 

Thornton, Roger 55 

Thorp, Ann 116 

Thorp. C, Prebendary OF Durham ... 140 
ThorpJ Charles, Archdeacon of Dur- 
ham 144 

Thorp, Charles, Archdeacon and Prebend- 
ary of Durham 30, 31 

Thorp, Charles, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 136 

Thorp, Charles, D.D., Archdeacon and 

Canon of Durham 158 

Thorp, Elizabeth 31, 158 

Thorp, Frances 30 

Thorp, Archdeacon 141 

Thorpe, Archdeacon 157 

Thumble, Barbara 70 

Thwaites, — 134, 155 

Thwing, Elizabeth 95 

Thynne, Maria 37 

Thynne, Stewartam 37 

Thynne, Thomas 37 

Thynne, Sir Thomas 37 

Thynne, — , Marquess of Bath 37 

Tilly, Ann 135 

Tilly, Anthony 13c> 

Tilly, Elizabeth 135 

Tilly, Sarah Ip5 

Tilson, Grace 25 

Tilson, Thomas 25 

Tindall, Mariam 44 

Tinkler, Barbara 151 

Tinkler, Elizabeth 151 

Tinkler, James 151 

Tinkler, John 96 : ?i. 151 

Tinkler, Mary 151 

TiPLADY, Jane 49 

TiPLADY, Jo 49 

Todd, Ann 62 

Todd, Anthony 52 

Todd, Barbara 70 

Todd, Christian 71 

Todd, Doroth 52 

Todd, Dorothy 73 

Todd, Eliz 50 

Todd, Ellenora' 42 

Todd, Isabel 52 

Todd, Isabell 62 

Todd, Jana' 42 

Todd, Jane 68 

Todd, Joh'es 42 

Todd. John 70 

Todd, Rev. John, Minor Canon of 

Durham 88 

Todd, Mark f 

Todd, Robert 73 

Todd, Tho 62 



Todd, Thomas 71 

Todd, Timosin 88 

Todd, William 8 

Todde, Barbariam 38 

Todde, Richardus 38 

Toe, Joh'es 42 

Toe, Mariam 42 

Toft, Thomas 88 

Toft, Timosin 88 

Tomlins, Anne 137 

Tomlins, Emily 137 

Tomlins, James 137 

Tomlins, Thomas 137 

Tompson, Jane 90 



ToNGE, Jane 7,94 

TooNG, Sir George 3 

ToPHAM, Dorothy 77 


Torrington, Viscount 134 

Touchet, Georg-e, Earl Audley 37 

Touchet, Maria 37 

Toward, Anne 02 

Toward, Eliz 72 

Toward, Geo 72 

Toward, Jo (52 

Toward, Mary 62 

Townsend, Charles John Henry Fyler 30 

Townsend, Charlotte Charlton 149 

Townsend, Charlotte Constance Spenser... 30 

Townsend, Elizabeth 138 

Townsend, G., Prebendary of Durham 137, 

139, 142 

Townsend, Rev. G 29 

Townsend, Rev. G., Canon op Durham 142 
Townsend, Rev. G., Prebendary of 

Durham 138,140,141 

Townsend, Geo 147 

Townsend, Rev. George 149 

Townsend, Rev. George, Prebendary 

OF Durham 79 

Townsend, Rev. George, D.D., Canon 

OF Durham 30, 149 

Townsend, George Charlton Leugers 

Barnard 30 

Townsend, Rev. George Fyler 30 : n. 149 

Townsend, Georgina 30 

Townsend, Georgina Elizabeth Frances ... 30 

Townsend, Henrietta Marian 30 

Townsend, James Frederick 30 

Townsend, Rev. James Frederick ... 142 : 

71. 149 

Townsend, John 149 

Townsend, Mabel Surtees 30 

Townsend, Mary Susan 149 

Townsend, Stephen Chapman 30 

Townsend, Susannah 149 

Townsend, Dr 152 

Townshend, Viscount Charles 124 

Trear, Anne 57 

Trear, John 57 

Trevor, Bishop 21 

Tristram, Caroline 28 

Tristram, Christina 79 

Tristram, Frances Eliza 34 

Tristram, Rev. H. B., Canon of Dur- 
ham 34, 156, 157, 158, 159 

Tristram, Rev. Henry Baker, Canon 

OF Durham 79 : ?i. 34 

Tristram, Mary Gertrude 34 

Tristram, Thomas Barrington 28 

Trotter, Anne 84 

Trotter, Catherine ■ 84 

Trotter, Ellbnora' 43 

Trotter, Hannah 55 

Trotter, Henrietta 133 

Trotter, Jane 62 

Trotter, Thomas 55 

Trotter, William 84, 133 

Trowlop, Elizabeth 74 

TuART, Dorothy 51 


Tucker, A.nnam 41 

Tucker, Thomas 41 

TuKE, Edith Mary 158 

Tuke, Kate 158 

Tunstall, Francis 82 

TuRNBULL, Andrew 71 

Turnbull, Ann 71 

Turnei-, Ann 126 

Turner, Bryan 71, 74, 120 : n. 124, 129 

Turner, Rev. Bryan 120 : n. 126 

Turner, Eliz 69 

Turner, Elizabeth 120, 124 : n. 51 

Turner, Jane 129 

Turner, John 51 

Turner, Joseph 68 

Turner, Marg 51 

Turner, Margaret 114 

Turner, Mary 68 

Turner, Rutham 45 

Turner, Tlieophila 51 

Turner, Will 51 

Turner, William 114 : n. 51 

Turner, Rev. Dr. William 51 

Turner, William Parthericke 51 

Turner, Rev. William Parthericke, Minor 

Canon of Durham 114 

Turner, Rev. Wm 114 

Turner, Wm. Parthericke 65, 116 

TuRVBY, Martha 121 

TURVILL, Andrew 9 

TURVILL, Elias 9 

Tweddell, Joh'es 41 


Tyler, Agnbs 27 

Tyler, .4nne 36 

Tyler, Anthony 27, 28, 145 

Tyler, Anthy 27 

Tyler, Charles 28 

Tyler, Edwin 27,155 

Tyler, Elizabeth 27, 28, 151 : oi. 145 

Tyler, Emma 28 

Tyler, Phyllis 27 

Tyler, Susannah 27 

Tyler, Tho 36 

Tyler, Thomas 86 

Tyler, William 28,133 

Tyndall, Janam 42 

Tynte, Sir Hugh 47 

Tynte, Penelope 47 

Ubanke, Philadelphia 4 

UsHAW, Anne 56 

Usher, Mary 71 

Van Mildert, Cornelius 138 

Van Mildert, Jane 139: m. 138 

Van Mildert, Martha 138 

Van Mildert, William, D.D., Bishop 

OF Durham 138, 139 





Van Mildert, Bishop 

Vaxe. Ans 

Vane, Frances f'^ 

Vane, Lady Frances -^ 

Vaxe, Frances Anne ^-^ 

Vane, Geo 

Vane, George 

Vane. Henry ••• •; 

Vane, Rev. Dr. Sir Henry, Prebendary 
OF Durham 





Waite, Eev. Joseph, D.D., Canon of New-^ ^^^ 

castle ■oo"V--r J ir;« 

waite, Rosamond ■«, 1='7 : n. l..b 

Waite. Willoughby ^'^^ 

Vane, Rev. Sir Henry "° 

Katherine, Countess 




Vane, Hester 

Vane, Lionel 

Vane, Thomas .- ... 

Vane, D'na • 

Vane-Tempest, Anne 

of Antrim 

Vane-Tempest, Frances Anne Emily ^- 

Vane-Tempest, Sir Henry ^- 

Vasey, Ann .^^ 

Vasey, Joan ... 

Vasey, John .. 
Vasie, Aurelius 

Vasie, Mary "" 

Vasie, Phoebe ,„ 

Vasie, Thomas 

Vasius, Franciscam ^o 

Vasius, Johannes ..•.•••• 

Vavasseur-dit-Durell, see Le Vavasseur- 

Vernon, Caroline Maria ..•••• » 

Vernon. Hon. George John, Lord »i 

Vernon, Isabella Caroline oi 

ViNER, — ,, 


ViPONT, Rebec' 

Vipont, Thomas 
Vipont, William 


Wake, Ellenor 

Wake, Jane 

Wake, Mary .. 

Wake, Tho 

Wake, Thomas "" 

Wakelin, Rich ^^^ 

Waldesrave, Edward 

Waldegrave, .Jemima 

Wales, .Jacobus ^" 

Wales, Marg'tam ^^ 

Walker, An 

Walker, Ann 

Walker, Christopher 

Walker, Eliz 

Walker, Francis ^^^' „n 

Walker, James 

Walker, Marg. 








, Mary ''^ 





E A. 2, 6, 10, 11, 19, 23, 30, 31, 39, 58, 61, 
" 65 71 72, 76 78, 93, 97, 110, 112, 113, 114, 
l?8,lV, i22,'l23, 125, 126, 127 128, 130, 



134, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 143, 
146, 147, 148, 149, 150, lol, lo2, 
155, 156, 157, 159. ._, 

Waddell, Archibald ^ 

Waddell, Elizabeth %^ 

Wadding-ton, Ann ^^ 

Wadding-ton, Anne ■••••■ ^'V 

Waddington, Rev. George -■:^-i:--];„ 

Waddington, Rev. George, D.D., Dean 

of DUKHAM 30, 140, 142, 145, 149 lo_l_, 

lo2, loo 

Waddington. Rt. Hon. Horatio 155 

Waddington, Rev. Joshua loo 

Waddington, M j'^^ 

Waddington, William |^° 

Waddington, Dean :•"•••" , 

Waddington, Dr., Dean of Durham 1 

Waiklinge, Jane • 

Waiklinge, Kev. Richard ^* 

Wainwright, Ann ^A^ 

Wainwright, Tho 

Waistell, Alice 

Waistell, Christopher 

Waistell, John ^^ 

Waistell, Marg'tam ^-^ 

Waistell, Sarah °^ 

Waite, Arthur ^^ 

Waite, John Humble ••••••• J;J* 

Waite, Rev. Joseph *>^ ' "' 







Walker, Thomas ^'■^ 

Walker,Willm '"° 

Wall, Eliz 

Wall, Elizabeth.. 

Wall, Geo 

Wall, Mariam ^" 

Wall, Mary 

Wall, Richardus 

Wallace, Ambrose 

Wallace. Ann 130, 139, 140 :^. 132, 134 

Wallace, Elizabeth i^" : ^^^ 

Wallace, Jabez .. V:'^"i'V. iVo t-^q 

Wallace, James... 130, 142, 144 : n. 132, 139 

Wallace, Jane 

Wallace, Lucy 

Wallace, Mary Ann 

Wallace, Robert 

Wallace. — 

Wallass, Marg 

Waller, Gartrett 

Wallice, Ambrose 

Wallice, Ann 

Wallis, Dorothy ^° 

Wallis, Joseph [^' 

Walpole, Sir Robert |^* 

Waipoie, — ^;; 

Walsh, Barbara '^ 

Walsh. Rebeccam ■■■:■ • *- 

Walsham-Ho-sv, Dr. William, Bishop of 

Wakefield J°l 

Walsham-Ho-w, — 

Walter, Margarett 

Walter, Thomas 

Walton, Ann -••• 

Walton, Anne °^'- '*• 

Walton, Barbara 

Walton, Elianor 

Walton, Eliz 

Walton, Francis 

Walton, Geo 

Walton, George ^- 

Walton, Hugh ^Ji' ^« 

Walton, Isabell ' {9, 

Walton, Jane ^° 

Walton, Jo 

Walton, John 

Walton, Mary 

Walton, Marye 



144 Walton 

', Michael '^^ 



Walton, Nicholas 112 

Walton, Rev. Nicholas 88 

Walton, William 71 

Walton, Wm 55 

Walton, — 96 

Wandless, Edward 1U2 

Wandless, Thomas 102 

Wanless, Jane 62 

Wanlesse, Jane 5") 

Wanlesse, William 55 

Warburton, — 155 

Warcup, Jane 59 

Ward, Ann 59 

Ward, Annam -tl 

Ward, Catherina' 38 

Ward, Christopherus 38 

Ward, Francisca' 43 

Ward, Sarah 131 

Ward, Thomas 41 

Ward,— 131 

Warden, Christopher 123 

Warden, Elizabeth 123 

Wardle, Elizabeth 123 

Waring, Barbara 18 

Waring, Jno 18 

Waring, Jo 62,116 

Waring, John 18,116 

Waring, Rev. John 118 

Waring, Rev. John, Minor Canon of 

Durham 18 

Waring, Margarett 118 

Waring, — 71, 72, 73, 74 

Warren, Elizabeth 19 

Warren, Isabel 67 

Warren, Joyce 19 

Warren, Richard 67: n. 19 

Wascoe, Eliz 67 

Wascoe, John 67 

Watkin, Anna Maria 127 

Watkin, Rev. Joseph, Minor Canon 

OF Durham 127 

Watkin. Martha 127 

Watkin, Mary 72 

Watkin, Samuel 72 

Watkins, Dorothy Kate Gwyllyam... 34 
Watkins, Gwendolen Edith Gwyl- 
lyam 35 

Watkins, Helen Margaret Gwyl- 
lyam 34 

Watkins, Henry William, Arch- 
deacon of Durham 34,35 

Watkins, Kate Mary Margaret ... 34, 35 
Wats, Dr. William, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 119 

Watson, Alice 66 : ?i. 92 

Watson, Ann 52: w. 48 

Watson, Anthonius 41 

Watson, Dorothy 52, 74 

Watson, Elianor 64 

Watson, Elizabeth 58 

Watson, Elizabetham 40 

Watson, George 90 

Watson, Gulielmus 40 

Watson, Hannah 76 

Watson, Hester 46 

Watson, Hugh 46 

Watson, Isabella 42 

Watson, Isabellam 39 

Watson, James 74 

Watson, Jane 59, 62 : n. 46 

Watson, Jayne 83 

Watson, Jo 48 

Watson, John 106 : ?t. 48 

Watson, Marg'tam 40 

Watson, Margt 66 

Watson, Mariam 41 

Watson, Mary 48, .52, 53, 59, 66 

Watson, Ruth , 73 

Watson, Sarah 52: w. 110 

Watson, Saram 42 

Watson, Suzanna 50 

Watson, Tho 62 

Watson, Thomas 39,59 

Watson, William 52, 76 

Watson, Winifred 74 

Watson, Wm 66 

Watt, Jane 75 

Watt, Peter 75 

Watts, Catherine 54 

Watts, Mary 121 

Watts, Dr. William, Prebendary of 

Durham 119 

Watts, Rev. Dr., Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 121 

Waugh, Ann 46, 70 

Waugh, Anna' 41 

Waugh, Elizabeth 118 

Waugh, Rich'us 41 

Weams, Ann 73 

Wearmouth, Mary 61 

Webster, Han 48 

Webster, Jane 64 

Webster, John 64,66 

Webster, Marg'tam 42 

Webster, Rob'tus 42 

Webster, Susanna 66 

Webster, William 48 

Weddell, Jane 73 

Weems, Jane 57 

Weeres, Jane 101 

Weeres, Tho 101 

Wegg, Samuel 132 

Wegg, Sarah 132 

Wegg-Prosser, Francis Richard 129 

Welbury, Elizabeth 13 

Welfoot, Franciscam 43 

Welfoot, Rob'tus 43 

Welfoote, George 50 

Welfootb, Jane 50 

Wellesley, Anne, Countess of Mornington 145 

Wellesley, Emily Ann Charlotte 142 

Wellesley, Lady Emily Mary 145 

Wellesley, Garret or Garrett, Earl of 

Mornington 145 

Wellesley, Hon. Rev. Gerald Vale- 
rian, D.D., Canon op Durham... 29, 145 

Wellesley, Mary Sarah 79 

Wellesley, Dr., Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 142 

Wellesley, Hon. Rev. Dr 79 

Wellington, Duke of 145 

Wells, Alice 152 

Wells, Mariam 43 

Wells, Samuel 152 

Welsford, Mary 64 

Welsh, Annam 39 

Welsh, Michael 39 

Wennington, Anne 56 

Werdon, Jane 105 

Werdon, Mary > 105 

Werdon, William Ill 

Werdon, Wm 105 



Were, Thomas 107 

West, Anthony 


West, George ^7 

West, Margaret 


West, Willia' 9a 

Westgarth, Saram ^y 

Westgarth, Thomas oJ 

Westmoreland, Maria' 44 

Weston, Arabella •"""•••• ^ 

Weston, Charles, Prebendary ot Dur 



Weston, Charles, Prebendary of Dur- 
ham, Archdeacon of Wilts 22, 23 

Weston, Prebendary Charles 26 

Weston, Charlotte J24 

Weston, Chl i-* 

Weston. Edward f^^ 

Weston, John 1^^ 

Weston, Penelope Ann ^^ 

Weston, Dr. Phipps, Prebendary of 

Durham 126 : n. 124 

Weston, Rev. Phipps •• 12b 

Weston, Rev. — , Prebendary of Dur- 
ham 12^ 

Weston, — 1^^ 

Wetherell, Alice o^ 

Wetherell, Anne f 

Wetherell, Cornelius ,.1 ',1^ 

Wetherell, Eleanor l*'^. 145 

Wetherell, Elizabeth 45 

Wetherell, Giles *° 

Wetherell. Henry ^b 

Wetherell, Margaret 7b 

Wetherell, Margt 7S 

Wetherell, Mary '" 

Wetherell, Nathan, Dean of Here- 


Wetherell, Richard ••••• If^ 

Wetherell, Richard, Dean of Hereford ... 14^ 

Wetherell, Dean 


Weybridge, John 76 

Weybridge. Margaret 7b 

Wharram, Ellenora' 42 

Wharram, Gulielm's 42 

Wharton, John Lloyd, M.P »u 

Wharton, Mary Dorothea oo 

Whately, Archbishop 146 

Wheat, Catherine 66 

Wheat, Robt ^5 

Wheathey, Janam 4U 

Wheatley, Ann ^» 

Wheatley, Dorothy 6U 

Wheatley, George "f 

Wheatley, Martha 62 

Wheatley, Mary 7d 

Wheatley, Thomas 68 

Wheatly, Ann 6U 

Wheatly, Margt 64 

Wheelright, Jane 5J 

Wheelright, Joseph 5J 

Wheers, Elizabetha 3 

Wheers', Johannis 

Wheler, Sir Geo., Prebendary of 

Durham 117 

Wheler, Sir George 115 

Wheler, Rev. Sir George, Prebendary of 

Durham 18, 122 

Wheler, Grace HJ 

Wheler, Higgons 112 

Wheler, Jane 11» 

Wheler, Judith 18,122 

Wheler, Mary 75 

Whetherell, Alice 63 

Whetherell, Robt 63 

Whight. Joan 64 

Whitaker, Charles 120 

Whitaker, Elizabeth 120 

Whitaker, Grace 122 

White, Ann 75 

White, Anne ^0 

White, Franciscam •Jy 

White, Isabellam 46 

White, Johannes 46 

White, Margaret 38 

White, Mary 156 : n. 90, 140 

White, Robert 75 

White, Thomas 75, 98, 157 :». 140 

White, — 


Wheldell, Emmettam 42 

Wheldell, Parcivallus. 


Wheldon, Elizabetham 40 

Wheldon, Henricus 40 

Wheler, Anne 117 

Wheler, Br AEMS 7o 

Wheler, Col Charles 117 

Wheler, Frances 7d 

Wheler, Sir Geo 112 

Whitfeild, Elizabeth 49 


Whitfeild, Robert 73 

Whitfield. Elianor 71 

Whitfield, Elizabeth 73 

Whitfield, Mary 69 

Whitfield. Matthew 73 

Whitfield, Osith 73 

Whitfield, Robert 59 

Whitfield, Wm 6J 

Whithead, Margt 63 

WicKLiFFE, Francis 100 

Widdifield, John 2b 

Widdifield, Matthew 26 

Wikelin, Ann ^4 

Wikelin, Barbara ^4 

Wikelin, Elizabeth ^4 

Wikelin, Jane ^4 

Wikelin, Richard ^4 

Wikelin, Rev. Richard, Minor Canon 

OF Durham 94 : n. 109 

Wikelin, Thomas 94 

Wild, Elisabeth 61 

Wildbore. Franciscam 37 

Wildbore, Rev. Gilbert 37 

Wildbore, Robert 124 

Wildbore, Ursula 124 

Wilde, Anthony 48 

Wilde, Dorothy 48 

Wilde, Mary J° 

Wilkin, Abigail 72 

Wilkinson, Alice 58 

Wilkinson, Andrew 14 

Wilkinson, Andreas 44 

Wilkinson, Ann 76 

Wilkinson, Annam 44 

Wilkinson, Anne •••••• 141 

Wilkinson, Anthony 70 : 7i, 13- 

Wilkinson, Catherina' 43 

Wilkinson, Catherine 7l 

Wilkinson, Deborah 70 

Wilkinson, Dorotheam •• 46 

Wilkinson, Dorothy 68, iirf 

Wilkinson, Eliz ;"""„'n .H 

Wilkinson, Elizabeth ... 73 : n. 7b, 123, i6^ 

E E 



Wilkinson, Ellenoram 45 

Wilkinson, Frances '51 : n. 87 

Wilkinson, Isabel 69 

Wilkinson, Jane 53, (31 : 7t. 90 

Wilkinson, Jo 61 

Wilkinson, Johan'es 14 

Wilkinson. John 68, 72, 74 : n. 141 

Wilkinson, Margaret 54 : n. 58, 61, 70 

Wilkinson, Margt 66 

Wilkinson, Martin 76 

Wilkinson, Mary 58, 63. 68, 74, 76 

Wilkinson, Radulp 46 

Wilkinson. Ralph 113 

Wilkinson, Richard 123 

Wilkinson, Robert 50, 76 

Wilkinson, Rowland 53 

Wilkinson, Suzanna 50 

Wilkinson, Tho 61 

Wilkinson, Thomas 54, 58 

Wilkinson. Will 72 

Wilkinson, William 58. 61, 70 

WiLLANS, John 67 

WiLLANs, Mary 67 

WiLLCOCKS, Eliz 49 

WiLLCocKS. John 49 

Williams, Alyn Arthur 34 

Williams, Catherine 34 

Williams, Mary Elizabeth 34 

Williams, Richard Howard 34 

Williams, Rev. Samuel Blackwell 

Guest 34 

Williams, Warren Kirkham 34 

Williams, Wynne Austin 34 

Williamson, Ann 85 

Williamson, Catherine 76 

Williamson, Frances 70 

Williamson, Joseph 47 

Williamson, Margaretam 39 

Williamson, Mary 47: n. 58 

Williamson, Rev. William, Minor 

Canon op Durham 76 

Williamson, Sir William 58 

Williamson, — 76 

Williamson, see also Hopper- Williamson. 
Williamstone, Joseph 40 


Willis, Browne 83, 89 

Willis. Edward 53 

Willis, Elizabeth 53, 77 

Willows, Eliz 72 

WiLLSON, Ann 76 

WiLLsoN, Dorothy 72 

WiLLsoN, Mary 76 

WiLLsoN, Robt 72 

WiLLsoN, Susanna 74 

Wilsby, Hannah 49 

Wilsby, James 49 

Wilsher, Dorothy 15 

Wilshere, Mary 15 

Wilson, Agnas 26 

Wilson, Alice 56 

Wilson, Allan Aylmer 34 

Wilson, Ann 49 

Wilson, Annam 41,45: w. 39 

Wilson, Anne Louisa 34 

Wilson, Barbara' 42 

Wilson, Bridget 15, 16 

Wilson, Brigida 16 

Wilson, Caroline 136 

Wilson, Cath 116 

Wilson, Dokotheam 38 

Wilson, Eliz 55,65 

Wilson, Elizabeth 57 : w. 15 

Wilson, Gulielmi 15, 16 

Wilson, Gulielms 42 

Wilson, Henry 59 

Wilson, Is 65 

Wilson, Janam 40 

Wilson, Jane 49, 56, 58, 73 

Wilson, Johan'es 15 

Wilson, John 104 

Wilson, John George 34 

Wilson, Margaret 59 

Wilson, Margaretam 40 

Wilson, Maria 42 

Wilson, Maria' 42 

Wilson, Mary 50, 52, 60, 106 : n. 15 

Wilson, Rebecca 50 

Wilson, Rich'us 42 

Wilson, Richard 26 : ?i. 15 

Wilson, RiCHARDUS 40 

Wilson, Robertus 39 

Wilson, Roger 49,57 

Wilson, Sudbury 110 : n. 15 

Wilson, Tho 65 

Wilson, Timotheus 96 

Wilson. Will 50 

Wilson, William 73, 106 : n. 110 

Wilson, Wm 106 

Wilson, see also Fountayne-Wilson. 

Wilton, John 132 

Wiuship, William 57 

Winshipp, Eliz 67 

WiNSHiPP, Mary 57, 68 

Winshipp, Welbery 67 

Woldrige, James 86 

Woldrige, Rev. — 86 

Wolfe, Caroline 136 

Wolfe, Elizabeth 143 : ?i. 131, 148, 151 

Wolfe, John 136, 143 : n. 77, 131, 148, 151 

Wolfe, Margaret 77 

Wolfe, Margaret Pearson 131,151 

Wolfe, Robert 77: ?i. 136 

Wolfe,— 134,135 

Wood, Andrew 68 

Wood, Ann 24 

Wood, Eliz 54 

Wood, Elizabeth 38, 49 : ji. 146 

Wood, Elizabetham 39 

Wood, Francis 54 

Wood, Hannah 76 

Wood, Isabel 118 

Wood, Jane 68 

Wood, Joh'is 16 

Wood, Johan'es 16 

Wood, Johan'is 15 

Wood, John 24, 118 

Wood, Marg'tam 42 

Wood, Robertus 15 

Wood, Tho 49 

Wood, Willia' 38 

Wood,— 87 

Woodger, Elizabeth 17 

WooDiFiELD, Ann 26 

WooDiFiELD, Elizabeth 26, 135 

WooDiFiELD, Hannah 26 


WOODIFIELD, Matthew 26, 135, 146 

Woodifield, Robert 26 

WOODIFIELD, Sarah 146 

Woodifield, — 129, 130, 132 : ». 136 

WooDMAS, Elizabeth 59 



WOODMAS, Franciscus 108 

WooDMAS, Joseph 59 

Wooler, Anthony 59 

Wooler. Elizabeth 59 

Wooler, Isabel 59 

Wooler, Jane 127 

Wooler, Jonathan 59 

Wooler, Joseph Snaith 127 

Worley, John 8G 

Worley, Timothy 86 

Worlich, George 86 

WoRLiCH, James 86 

Worlich, John 86 

WoRLiCH, Kev. — 86 

Wrangham, Jane 82 

Wray, Ann 59 

Wray, Jacob 59 

Wren, Ann 72 

Wren, Barbara 6 

Wren, Charles 87 

Wren, Peregrina 87 

Wren, Thomas 72 

Wrench, An 37 

Wrench, Richard, Prebendary of 

Durham 37 

Wrench, Richardus, Prebendary op 

Durham 97 

Wright, Aliciam 40 

Wright, Ann 66 

Wright, Dorothy 46 

Wright, Eliz 57 

Wright, Elizabeth 91 

Wright, Elizabetham 39 

Wright, Gulielmus 39 

Wright, Isabella 125 

Wright, Jane 91 : n. 4, 86, 88, 89 

Wright, Johannes 36,40 

Wright, Johannis 89 

Wright, John 142: n. 91 

Wright, Marg 51 

Wright. Margaret 125 

Wright, Margrett 101 

Wright, Mary 91 

Wright, Osytha 73 

Wright, Richardus 88 

Wright, S 125 

Wright, Saram 36 

Wright, Tho 57 

Wright, Thoma 4 

Wright, TnoMiE 88, 89 

Wright, Thomas 91 : n. 86, 88 

Wright, Will 51 

Wright, — 73 

Wrighte, Jane 86 

Wrighte, Thomas 86 

Wyckliffe, Ann 58 

Wykeham, William of 21 

Wyndham, Alice 123 

Wyndham, John 123 

Wyndham, Sir Wadham 123 

Wytham, Doritye 95 

Wytham, George 95 

VVyvill,Sir Christopher 45 

Wyvill. Margareta' 45 

Wyvill, Ursula 45 

Wyvill, Xpoferus, D.D., Dean of 

RippoN 45 

Yap, Abra 47, 108 

Yap, Abraham 108 

Yap, Ann 47 

Yap, Jane 108 

Yape, Johannis 11 

Yape, Maria 11 

Yapp, Abra 48,49,111,113 

Yapp. Rev. Abra 109,119 

Yapp, Abraham, Minor Canon of Dur- 
ham 118 

Yapp, Rev. Abraham 107 

Yapp, Rev. Abm 117 

Yapp, Ann 117,119 

Yapp, Barbara 109 

Yapp, Elizabeth 74 

Yapp, Ellenor Ill, 112, 116 

Yapp, Jacobus 13 

Yapp, Jana 11,97 

Yapp, Joh'es 97 

Yapp, Joh'is 11, 13, 97 

Yapp, John Ill, 113 : ?«. 107 

Yapp, Mary 47, 112 : n. 109 

Yapp, Thomas ill 

Tapp, William 113 

Yappe, Ellenor 38 

Yappe, John 38, 107 

Yarrow, Gibson 129 

Yarrow, Isabel 59 

Yarrow, Percival 59 

Yelverton, Anne 45 

Yelverton, iSir Christopher 45 

York, Mary, Duchess of 47 

York, Duke of 47 

Young, Agnetem 43 

Young, John 55 

Young, Lucye 55 

Young, Mary 46,55,59 

Young, RoBT 55 

Young, Admiral Sir William 131 

Younghusband, Edward ... 78 

Younghusband, Hannah 78 

Younghusband, Susannah 78 

Zouch, Isabella 128 

Zouch, Dr 128 

Zouch,— 128 

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